Central Holidays Offers Cruise Giveaways With Seminars

Central Holidays, which specializes in travel to the Mediterranean, is conducting a series of seminars for travel agents to network with the company's national sales team and have a chance to win a Greek cruise with a pre-stay in Athens. The series kicks off in Boston on November 27 and concludes in North Miami, FL on February 21, 2008, with stops in New York, Washington, D.C.; Savannah, GA; Dallas, San Francisco and other major cities. In addition to the giveaways, each seminar will feature presentations, sales collateral distribution and an introduction to the 2008 brochure and product line.

"Participating agents and Central Holidays team members alike have deemed the events a resounding success, as evidence by feedback as well as bookings and leads garnered," said Fred Berardo, president and CEO of Central Holidays. Space is limited, so agents are advised to reserve their spot in advance by calling Danielle at 201-585-3578. Visit [http://www.centralholidays.com]. (JM)

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