Carnival's "Jet to Joni" Travel Agent Contest Offers Chance to Meet Execs

Joni Rein, vice president of worldwide sales, Carnival Cruise Lines // Photo by Carnival Cruise Lines
Joni Rein, vice president of worldwide sales, Carnival Cruise Lines // Photo by Carnival Cruise Lines

Carnival Cruise Lines is offering a new contest for travel agents with the chance for three agents to win a trip to Miami meet with the line’s vice president of worldwide sales Joni Rein and other Carnival executives, as well as a free nine- to 15-day Carnival Journeys cruise.

The contest runs through April 30.

Travel agents may submit the most memorable experience they created for a client sailing on Carnival by submitting their story to [email protected] during the contest period. A panel comprised of members of Carnival’s sales management team will choose three winners who will be announced on or around May 27.

“With this contest, we’re celebrating the incredible impact travel agents make in creating lifetime memories for their clients,” said Rein.  “From start to finish, travel agents play a key role in marketing the Carnival cruise experience that keeps guests coming back to them and ultimately to us.”

Winners will receive a trip to Miami highlighted by a day-long visit to Carnival’s headquarters. During their visit, agents will receive a behind-the-scenes look at the line’s headquarters from Rein, along with briefings with various Carnival executives and lunch with Carnival President Christine Duffy. That evening, Carnival’s sales team members will host the winners for a celebratory dinner at a local restaurant. In addition, winners will receive a complimentary Carnival Journeys cruise for two in balcony accommodations.

Carnival Journeys is a collection of nine- to 15-day itineraries that kick off this fall and sail throughout the Caribbean, Central America, Hawaii and Mexico, along with shipboard activities and experiences created especially for the program.

For additional information on the “Jet to Joni” contest, including complete terms and conditions, agents can visit


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