Carnival Launches New eCollateral Marketing Library

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Carnival Cruise Line has redesigned its travel agent marketing collateral library with new e-flyer designs, enhanced customization options and greater ease of navigation.

Enhancements to the “Fun eCollateral Library” are part of the line's Onboard with You program and were made based on direct feedback from the line’s Travel Partner Advisory Committee and business development managers.

With the revamped “Fun eCollateral” page in, agents may now select their preferred flyers more quickly and easily. Content has also been streamlined to include categories that agents indicated were the most beneficial to their marketing needs. A new “lifestyle” category was added to include flyers highlighting target markets like families, groups, couples, Millennials and seniors.


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Additionally, a new “onboard” category features flyers covering the overall cruise experience, dining and staterooms. Destination flyers continue to be part of the collection and now feature an enhanced design. Larger customization boxes give agents more space to insert their own marketing message and call to action. The library’s collection of e-brochures and e-banners continues to be available as well.

To view the new “Fun eCollateral Library,” agents may visit, where there is also a tutorial outlining the changes in the new library.

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