Carnival Cruise Line Launches Travel Agent Giveaway

by Daniel McCarthy
Carnival Cruise Line Launches Travel Agent Giveaway

Photo: Carnival Cruise Line.


Carnival Cruise Line is giving U.S. travel agents a chance to win $25 Amazon gift cards on the line’s trade Facebook page.

As part of its “Rock My World” giveaway, Carnival will offer agents the chance to find themed words with missing letter on daily posts featuring travel-agent themed messaging. Every agent that is able to solve the puzzle will be entered to win one of 10 Amazon gift cards up for grabs daily.

All participants will also be entered to win one free sailing onboard a Carnival ship, selected at random. The grand prize, $10,000 and a seven-day Carnival Panorama sailing for two, will be offered to all entries on the last day of Carnival’s Agentpalooza tour, June 6.

“We recognize that many travel agents across the country can’t physically join us on the ‘Agentpalooza’ tour, so ‘Rock My Word’ is a way to extend the fun to all our partners no matter where they are located,” said Adolfo Perez, senior vice president sales & trade marketing.

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