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MSC Divina cruiser, agent receive their sweepstakes FIATS

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FIAT winners - At left, agent David Huff accompanied by Saundra Huff and, at right, cruiser Rockne Green accompanied by Wilmet McDonnell. At center are MSC's Ken Muskat, left, and Rick Sasso
During a Saturday ceremony at PortMiami, MSC Cruises USA president Rick Sasso and evp Ken Muskat awarded winners of the line's FIAT sweepstakes—one passenger and one travel agent—their new FIAT 500c POP, with a retail value of more than $21,000.

The winners also got to spend the day aboard MSC Divina.

The consumer winner was Rockne Green of Patterson, California, while the travel agent winner was David Huff of Broken Arrow, Oklahoma.

'I had a great time when I sailed on MSC Divina this past October and I’d recommend MSC Cruises to anyone,' Green said, adding that he was 'beyond excited to win a FIAT and a day aboard MSC Divina.'

For his part, agent Huff said MSC Cruises brings a European flair to the Caribbean market 'and I love being able to offer that experience to our clients.' He is manager and ceo of Avenues To Travel, Ltd. Huff called winning the sweepstakes the most exciting event in his 30 years in the travel business.

The promotional sweepstakes was held in the spring.

Passengers were automatically entered when they booked a seven-night Caribbean cruise on MSC Divina from April 7 to May 18, and sailed between Aug. 2 and Dec. 7. Agents were eligible to enter if they initiated new bookings from April 4 through May 18 for seven-night Caribbean sailings on MSC Divina between Aug. 2 and Dec. 27.

Winners were selected at random.

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