Carnival Cruise Line’s WUATA T-shirts Are on Sale Now

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Carnival Cruise Line’s WUATA T-shirts are on sale now.

Part of the “Why Use A Travel Advisor” campaign, WUATA T-shirt sales will go to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital with a minimum contribution of $10,000 to the cruise line’s longtime charity partner.

The Carnival-branded T-shirt has a WUATA logo on the front. The back exhibits WUATA Word, the online word cloud made by travel advisors and their clients out of one-word descriptions praising travel advisors.  


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WUATA T-shirts will be sold at all four WUATA Party events and online. The $25 shirts are available in three colors and a variety of sizes and can be purchased by any North American travel advisor, including those in Canada and Puerto Rico.

WUATA is a yearlong, multifaceted program with special events designed to bring clients and industry experts together. It aims to help travel professionals attract new clients and strengthen the loyalty of existing clients. Carnival’s "Why Use A Travel Advisor" program features a WUATA Party (a wordplay on “What-A Party”) in four cities, social media promotions, contests, exclusive merchandise, giveaways, text alerts and WUATA Word.

Carnival is hosting WUATA Parties in Toronto, Canada, July 24; New York September 18; and Los Angeles October 29. Carnival’s WUATA Parties will be hosted by Adolfo Perez along with Carnival sales executives and business development managers.

Travel advisors can sign up to receive WUATA Updates by texting “WUATA” to 1-866-Go-WUATA (469-8282), submit an entry to WUATA Word at

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