CruiseOne 2015 National Conference Commences Aboard Norwegian Escape

Guy Harvey at ConferenceFort Lauderdale, Fla. (November 14, 2015) – CruiseOne, one of the nation’s top travel retail networks as part of World Travel Holdings, today celebrated the beginning of its 2015 National Conference aboard Norwegian Escape. Before the ship even set sail, nearly 800 attendees gathered together in the theater for a fun-filled action packed General Session.  Drumming up excitement for the week ahead, attendees heard opening remarks from company leaders Brad Tolkin, Debbie Fiorino and Drew Daly, as well as a speech from Norwegian Cruise Line’s Vice President of Key Accounts Alex Pinelo.  The leaders cut loose with an interactive dance off to popular cruise ship songs. The highlight of the afternoon was hearing comments from world-famous marine wildlife artist Guy Harvey, who painted the hull of Norwegian Escape and is an advocate for ocean conservation.

“This week’s National Conference is sure to be the best yet, with many exciting announcements that will wow our network and industry partners,” said Drew Daly, general manager of network engagement & performance for CruiseOne. “I look forward to seeing the week unfold as we have a robust schedule that is filled with plenty of opportunities to learn, network and have fun.”

With a theme of CONNECT, this year’s weeklong annual event provides a platform for attendees to connect with new possibilities and new opportunities within their businesses. By attending workshops, hearing motivational speeches and interacting with key executives from World Travel Holdings, cruise lines and land vendors, agents will have the opportunity to learn about new products, ideas, technology solutions and more.

To see the excitement unfold this week aboard the Norwegian Escape use the #ConnectConference hashtag.

People with a passion for travel who want to learn more information about franchising opportunities with CruiseOne should visit www.CruiseOneFranchise.com.

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