Tripology, CLIA Form Strategic Alliance

Tripology, the online travel referral service, has signed a strategic alliance agreement with the Cruise Lines Industry Association (CLIA), and will participate as a Bronze level sponsor at the organization’s upcoming cruise3sixty show.

"We are very pleased to introduce this alliance that brings a new tool to our CLIA agents specifically focused on making them more effective, efficient and, most of all, more profitable," said Bob Sharak, executive vice president of marketing and distribution for CLIA. "Further, Tripology's support of cruise3sixty demonstrates how committed the company is to cruise specialists."

"We are thrilled to provide CLIA accredited agents with agent incentives and perks when they become registered Tripologists, as well as great prizes that will be exclusively presented at the cruise3sixty show," said Veronique Deblois, vice president of travel trade sales and marketing for Tripology. "This alliance will bring Tripology's benefits to an entire new selection of experts."

Tripology.com has been appropriately designed to be simple for specialists to join and use whenever they seek incremental business. Registration is free, there are no membership fees and no minimum purchase is necessary. Specialists only purchase the leads they want.

Visit www.Tripology.com/agent or www.cruising.org.

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