Norwegian Cruise Line Names Top U.S. Travel Partners

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Norwegian Cruise Line has named its top U.S. travel partners for the 2018 cruise season.
 
The company says awards were given across several categories, with the cruise line’s most coveted award, Elite Partner of the Year, bestowed upon Expedia Group of Seattle, Washington.
 
Norwegian Cruise Line’s Partners First program provides a variety of communication and educational tools including Norwegian Central, trade-facing social media channels, Norwegian Cruise Line University (NCLU), which is now available in French Canadian, and more. Travel partners can access Partners First tools by logging on to Norwegian Central
 
Norwegian Cruise Line recognized the following travel partners in their respective categories:

  • Elite Partner of the Year: Expedia Group- Seattle, Washington
  • Breakout Partner of the Year: InteleTravelDelray Beach, Florida
  • Online Partner of the Year: Avoya- Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
  • Marketing Partner of the Year: World Travel HoldingsWilmington, Massachusetts 
  • Home-Based Partner of the Year: KHM Travel GroupBrunswick, Ohio
  • US Consortia Partner of the Year: Travel Leaders NetworkPlymouth, Minnesota
  • Franchise Partner of the Year: Cruise Planners- Coral Springs, Florida
  • Travel Agency Partner of the Year, Northeast United States: Cruise Travel Outlet-
    Salem, New Hampshire 
  • Travel Agency Partner of the Year, Southeast United States: Cruises & Tours UnlimitedJacksonville, Florida
  • Travel Agency Partner of the Year, Western United States:  Non-Stop TravelHonolulu, Hawaii
  • US Wholesale/T.O. Partner: Pleasant HolidaysWestlake Village, California
  • Charter Meeting & Incentives Partner of the Year: Maritz Travel CompanyFenton, Missouri
  • Charter Meeting & Incentives Breakout Partner of the Year: Viktor Incentives & MeetingsTraverse City, Michigan

For more information, visit https://www.ncl.com/

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