Royal Caribbean Honors America's Vacation Center

Royal Caribbean International on Friday announced Escondido, CA-based America's Vacation Center as the recipient of its 2006 President's Award, which goes annually to the cruise line's top travel partner. RCL's executive sales and leadership team evaluated nominees based on individual sales techniques and success within their respective markets. "We are honored to recognize America's Vacation Center for the technological advancements and sales growth the agency brings to our industry," said Adam Goldstein, president of Royal Caribbean International. "The company's dedication to customer service and innovation clearly set it apart in today's travel market."

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