YTB Receives Carnival's Pinnacle Award

YTB International reports that YTB Travel Network has received Carnival Cruise Lines' "Pinnacle Award" for the fourth consecutive year. The award recognizes the agency as one of the top marketers of the "Fun Ship" vacation experience.

"Our long and enjoyable relationship with Carnival is very important to YTB, and we are honored to have been selected to receive this Award again. YTB will continue to work hard to meet the high standards expected by Carnival," said YTB Travel Network's President Kim Sorensen.

YTB Co-CEO Scott Tomer added, "YTB is committed to the sale of travel through our network of independent agents, and this award is a tribute to their efforts."

The Pinnacle Award program was created by Carnival Cruise Lines to acknowledge those high-volume travel agencies that meet a certain sales criteria and exhibit excellence in promoting and selling the Carnival product.

"Travel agencies are an important part of our distribution system, which is why we created the 'Pinnacle Club.' We want to recognize agencies like YTB Travel Network," said Carnival's Vice President of Worldwide Sales, Joni Rein.


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