Michaels Becomes Exclusive Arts and Crafts Provider of Carnival Cruise Line

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The Michaels Companies, Inc. has announced a new partnership with Carnival Cruise Line, which is part of Carnival Corporation & plc, as the exclusive arts and crafts provider fleet-wide for guests sailing on the line’s 26 cruise ships.

Michaels will also feature Carnival Cruise Line-themed in-store classes this spring across their 1,200 locations nationwide. Guests of all ages vacationing with Carnival Cruise will now have the opportunity to engage and create together through the “Make It With Michaels” experience onboard the line’s ships, featuring seasonally changing crafts and creative, nostalgic mementos, including key chains, bracelets, picture frames, and more.

To kick off the program with fanfare, Carnival and Michaels are offering cruise and craft lovers a chance to win one of five cruises now until April 30, 2019.

The Michaels Companies, Inc. says it is North America's largest specialty provider of arts, crafts, framing, floral, wall décor, and seasonal merchandise for Makers and do-it-yourself home decorators. The company owns and operates more than 1,200 stores in 49 states and Canada under the brands Michaels and Pat Catan’s. Additionally, the company serves customers through Michaels.com, consumercrafts.com and aaronbrothers.com. The Michaels Companies, Inc., also owns Artistree, a manufacturer of custom and specialty framing merchandise, and Darice, a wholesale distributor in the craft, gift and decor industry.

To learn more about the sweepstakes, visit www.carnival.com/Michaels.

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