Julie Quarry and Cyndi Denman Named Business Development Directors at Un-Cruise Adventures

Julie Quarry
Julie Quarry

Un-Cruise Adventures has just named Julie Quarry and Cyndi Denman as the new business development directors of its outside sales team.

“Both Cyndi and Julie have impressive travel industry credentials,” said Tim Jacox, president and COO of Un-Cruise Adventures.  “Their experience is a welcome addition to our sales team.”  

Julie Quarry, based in Arizona, will now be responsible for growing and strengthening sales relationships with travel agencies in the Midwest and western United States, as well as managing business relationships with AAA Clubs and select key accounts. Prior to joining Un-Cruise Adventures, Quarry spent most of her 30-year career working with national accounts, AAA, Signature and Virtuoso. Most recently, she served as director of business development at Country Walkers, and has previously been employed at Trafalgar Tours, Cruise West and Glacier Bay Tours & Cruises. She has a degree in travel and tourism from Knapp College of Business and is an accomplished photographer.

Based in Alameda, California, Cyndi Denman will also manage select key accounts for the cruise line, as well as train and build relationships with travel agency partners throughout California. Most recently, Denman spent five years with Ponant Yacht Cruises & Expeditions as sales director for North America and Canada. In the past, she was also director of national accounts at Pleasant Holidays and has held positions at Cruise West, Jewel River Cruises, Costa Cruise Line, Air Jamaica, and Continental Airlines Vacations. Denman earned a bachelor’s degree at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas

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