MSC Cruises Honors Top Travel Advisor Partners

MSC Cruises World Class ship

MSC Cruises USA has announced the honorees of the company’s 7th Annual MSC True Partnerships Awards.
The 2019 MSC True Partnerships Awards are presented to MSC Cruises’ top-performing travel partners for the year based on overall business growth in revenue and guests, continuous partnership support and commitment to the MSC Cruises brand, and innovative marketing efforts that drive increased consumer awareness, the cruise line said.
MSC True Partnerships’ list of 2019 award winners include: 
Chairman’s Award for Overall Partner of the Year
World Travel Holdings
National Account Partner of the Year
Travel Leaders Network
Online Partner of the Year
Expedia Group
Home-Based Partner of the Year
Nexion Travel Group
Northeast Partner of the Year
Direct Line Cruises
Southeast Partner of the Year
Dream Vacations – Santisteban & Associates
Rising Star Partner of the Year
Expedia Cruise Ship Centers, San Juan
Interline Partner of the Year
ID90 Travel
MSC Cruises sails to more than 200 destinations around the world, bringing together more than 180 nationalities. The cruise line is in the midst of a $12.7 billion (€11.6 billion) investment plan to expand its fleet of cruise ships from 17 to 25 over the next eight years, including the launch of a new World Class of vessels, as well as the development of two new prototypes.

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