Carnival Launches the Carnival Conversations Travel Agent Outreach Program

Carnival Cruise Lines is launching a new travel agent outreach program, Carnival Conversations, designed to increase dialogue and strengthen ties with travel agents through road show events, agency visits and daily feedback opportunities on GoCCL.com, the company’s travel agent Internet portal. Beginning July 1, the line will launch a marketing campaign to build awareness for the program and a road show series will kick off in New York City on July 12.

Travel agents may participate in Carnival Conversations by attending in-person events such as road shows led by the line’s senior sales executives, in-agency seminars, seminars at sea, trade shows and conferences. During these events, Carnival's sales team will listen to travel agents and provide corresponding solutions and feedback. In addition, as an added element to the in-person events, Carnival will feature a dedicated Carnival Conversations section on GoCCL.com complete with short daily surveys comprised of open-ended questions. Carnival will then share responses to this feedback, letting agents know what they can implement and what will need further review. There will also be a more detailed quarterly survey. Travel agents may also find Carnival’s expanded road show and webinar schedule on the site.

For more information, visit www.carnival.com.

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