CLIA Introduces Agent Incentives

Travel agents who register for the third annual cruise3sixty by Oct. 20, 2006, will receive registration savings and priority selection of ship inspections, seminars and conference programming. The conference of the Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) will return to the Greater Fort Lauderdale/Broward County Convention Center from March 30 to April 1, 2007. CLIA agency professionals who are actively enrolled in CLIA's certification program or who have earned CLIA's Accredited Cruise Counsellor, Master Cruise Counsellor, Elite Cruise Counsellor or Elite Cruise Counsellor Scholar designations are eligible for a per-person, early bird registration price of $59; other professionals at CLIA member agencies pay $99, and agents of non-CLIA agencies pay $129. After Nov. 1 rates rise to $79, $119 and $149, respectively. Registration rates include admittance to the trade show, general sessions, ship inspections, educational programming receptions and all meal functions. To register, log on to [www.cruise3sixty.com].

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