CLIA Offers New Program Aimed At Businesses

The Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) has unveiled the Allied Membership program, designed to offer certain benefits to travel suppliers and connect them with CLIA's robust roster of travel agents and agencies. The new program is reflective of CLIA's focus to ingratiate the full spectrum of businesses, organizations and individuals operating within the cruise industry.

Benefits of allied membership include a listing in CLIA's new online Allied Member Center, more opportunities to network with CLIA's member agents and agencies, the right to display the CLIA Allied Member insignia on company or organization websites and preferred rates.

Those eligible for membership include North American and international ports, destinations and convention and visitor bureaus, along with GDS, technology and travel agency service providers. Visit www.cruising.org. (DE)

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