Cruise Brothers Becomes CLIA Diamond Agency Member

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Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) has announced that Cruise Brothers has joined the organization as a CLIA Diamond Agency Member

Cruise Brothers, which is headquartered in East Providence, RI, has more than 3,000 cruise-focused travel agents and is one of the largest family-owned travel agencies in the country, CLIA said. 

CLIA Diamond Agencies and their members have access to a variety of resources to help grow their business, including education, reduced membership dues and additional savings and perks. 

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Other CLIA Diamond Agencies include: 

  • AAA Southern California
  • American Express
  • Avoya Travel
  • Cruise Brothers (Anywhere, Inc.)
  • Cruise Planners
  • CruiseOne, Dream Vacations & Cruises, Inc.
  • Cruises & Tours Unlimited / Outside Agents
  • Ensemble Travel Group
  • Expedia CruiseShipCenters
  • Family Fun Cruises & Tours
  • First Travel Alliance
  • Goldrush Getaways
  • InteleTravel
  • KHM Travel Group
  • Montrose Travel
  • Nexion
  • Palm Coast Travel /OASIS
  • Pro Travel Network
  • Protravel International LLC
  • Signature Travel Network
  • Travel Planners International
  • Travelonly
  • TRAVELSAVERS/NEST
  • UNIGLOBE Travel Center
  • Vacation.com
  • Valerie Wilson Travel
  • Virtuoso
  • Xstream Travel
  • Your Travelution
  • YTB Travel Network

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