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Roz Young has experience from companies including Norwegian Cruise Line, and Enterprise Car Rental

CMV hires Roz Young to drive sales in four US states

Cruise & Maritime Voyages appointed sales specialist Roz Young as business development manager for Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico and Utah.

John Dennis, VP sales & marketing for Cruise & Maritime Voyages USA, said Young’s vast sales and industry knowledge make her a great asset for the company, travel advisors and group planners.

New Sea of Cortez itinerary

‘She will significantly enhance our existing efforts in the region and provide us with a decisive competitive edge as we continue to unveil exciting new programs like our novel soft expedition “Treasures of the Sea of Cortez” that will celebrate its inaugural voyage in January 2020 as the first-ever cruise sailing round-trip from Rocky Point just outside of Arizona.’

Loyal travel advisor following

Young has more than 20 years of experience in sales, marketing and business development roles for companies including Norwegian Cruise Line, and Enterprise Car Rental. She has developed a loyal following of travel advisors and excelled at building connections with suppliers, organizing and participating in trade shows and creating training and webinars to drive brand awareness and sales.

‘It is an exciting time to be part of this innovative brand's growth as it continues on an upward trajectory with expansion into new destinations, the launch of new offices worldwide and the unveiling of exciting new cruise itineraries,’ Young said.

She added that CMV’s ‘cutting-edge programs and offerings’ for advisors make it easy for them to do business with CMV and boost their earnings.

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