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Celebrity promotes Gulaskey, Romero in North American sales

Celebrity promotes Gulaskey, Romero in North American sales

Celebrity Cruises promoted North America sales team members Ron Gulaskey and Gilda Romero.

Formerly global director of corporate, incentives and charter sales, Gulaskey will now lead the national and strategic accounts team as associate vp for North America, reporting to Keith Lane, vp field sales and national accounts, North America. He will manage the development of business opportunities with national consortia and key strategic trade partners and head the sales support team.

Gulaskey joined Royal Caribbean International in 2002 as sales director, Northeast region, and was promoted to director of corporate and charter sales for Celebrity in 2005. After building and growing the brand’s corporate, charter and strategic partner business, he last year added global responsibility to his remit.

Gilda Romero moved up to director of inside sales and sales communication, reporting to Lane. She'll be responsible for driving sales with new to mid-sized travel partners and delivering communications to travel partners and the field sales team.

Romero also will continue to manage the sales portfolio and give strategic and tactical direction to the field sales team.

She began her career in the call center more than 30 years ago and progressed through roles in the air/sea, marketing and revenue departments before moving to sales.

'Both Gilda and Ron have incredible experience and skills, and we look forward to their continued success in these valuable new roles,' Lane said.

 

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