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Julius agent podcast series to award free Carnival Vista cruise

Julius agent podcast series to award free Carnival Vista cruise

Carnival Cruise Line is kicking off the new year with a travel agent contest awarding a free cruise for two aboard Carnival Vista complete with airfare as part of the new 'Mike’s Mic Podcast Giveaway' running through February.

When listening to the new series of podcasts featuring Carnival’s senior managing director of trade sales, Mike Julius, agents will automatically be entered to win the grand prize—a free cruise for two in balcony accommodations aboard Carnival Vista originating from a North American homeport, including round-trip airfare.

'We told travel agents in 2014 that we would be featuring exciting giveaways and earning opportunities every month this year and we’re kicking things off with this fantastic new giveaway,' said Joni Rein, Carnival’s vp worldwide sales.

To enter, agents who listen to a 'Mike’s Mic' podcast while logged in to Carnival Passport will be automatically entered in the contest. Agents are entered one time per podcast. Winners will be announced on or around March 13.

'Mike’s Mic' bi-weekly podcasts highlight the line’s latest on-board innovations and developments, including everything from new children’s programming and entertainment to dining enhancements and itinerary trends. Each 10-minute podcast features interviews with a variety of Carnival product experts and resides on GoCCL.com, the line’s travel agent portal.

 

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