Royal Caribbean Partners With Direct Line Cruises At World's Largest Travel Show

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Royal Caribbean Cruise Line and Direct Line Cruises will be among 500 exhibitors at the 2010 NY Times Travel Show.

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Last year’s show was so exciting! Our agents worked non-stop with Royal Caribbean’s staff members and I am truly honored that Royal Caribbean’s Management has asked us to participate with them again this year.

For the second consecutive year, Royal Caribbean International has selected Direct Line Cruises, Inc. to partner with them at the New York Times Travel Show at the Javits Convention Center in Manhattan. This year’s show, which will be held Saturday, February 27 (from 10 am – 6pm) and Sunday, February 28 (from 10 am – 4pm), will feature nearly 500 travel exhibitors from every segment of the industry. Exhibitors from the cruise industry will include Royal Caribbean International and its “sister” companies, Celebrity and Azamara Club Cruises, as well as several other major cruise lines.

The combined Royal Caribbean / Direct Line Cruise booth (#117) will be located right at the entrance to the Cruise Exhibit section and thousands of visitors are expected to attend the weekend event. In addition to giving away brochures and token gifts, Royal Caribbean will be giving away a free cruise to one lucky visitor. There will also be some very special Royal Caribbean cruise deals available exclusively to visitors who book their next cruise at the show.

According to Tom Coiro, Vice President of Direct Line Cruises, “Last year’s show was so exciting! Our agents worked non-stop with Royal Caribbean’s staff members and I am truly honored that Royal Caribbean’s Management has asked us to participate with them again this year.”

“With plenty of opportunities for booking trips, exclusive discounts and entertainment from around the world, the show has become a highly anticipated event for both consumers and the travel trade”, said Yasmin Namini, Senior Vice President of Marketing and Circulation for The New York Times. Featured entertainment at this year’s show will include international dance and live music, international food and wine tastings, travel seminars and book signings with leading travel authors.                

Admission to the show is $15 per person and show tickets can be purchased upon arrival at the Javits Center or in advance by calling 888-625-4359.

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