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Women leaders to be celebrated at CLIA event

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A celebration and recognition of women leaders in business and travel will be the theme of this years Cruise Lines International Association’s (CLIA) sixth annual cruise3sixty conference, June 2-6

A celebration and recognition of women leaders in business and travel will be the theme of this years Cruise Lines International Association’s (CLIA) sixth annual cruise3sixty conference, June 2-6 in Vancouver. CLIA reports that registrations are already topping 1,100.

In addition, the CLIA Hall of Fame, always a hugely popular component of cruise3sixty, will be headlined by the internationally acclaimed Blue Man Group, presented by Norwegian Cruise Line. 42Five, a five-part cappella group from Florida that has set new boundaries for vocal performance is a headline act for Celebrity Cruises.

“Every year, cruise3sixty gets bigger and better and this year is no exception,” said Terry Dale, CLIA’s president and CEO. “We’re going to be in Vancouver for the first time, which, judging by the fast pace of registration, is tremendously exciting to our members. “

“The program is going to be stimulating and substantive, and the entertainment, promises to be a very impressive showcase of the high quality of innovative and constantly evolving entertainment featured on many of our member lines. And, it is particularly exciting to have the opportunity to honor many of the women who have made our industry and businesses so strong and successful. I urge everyone in the industry to register before we reach a sell-out,” Dale said.

Since its inception, cruise3sixty has become the official travel agency conference in the cruise industry. Over the course of the conference, delegates take part in extensive educational programming – 15 CLIA seminars and the opportunity to earn up to 135 CLIA Cruise Counsellor Certification Credits – the most CLIA training and the most credits that can be earned at any single event.

In addition, cruise3sixty features a large, high energy trade show, diverse and insightful product and destination workshops, dynamic general sessions featuring leaders from the cruise and other industries, and ship inspections. This year, the Alaska fleet will be featured, including several Holland America vessels and ships from Celebrity Cruises, Royal Caribbean International and Princess Cruises.

As an extra bonus, cruise3sixty participants have the opportunity to explore Vancouver and British Columbia on a variety of FAM’s and excursions and enjoy the CLIA Hall of Fame on June 5. The CLIA Hall of Fame recognizing the leaders who have made distinctive contributions to the success of the cruise industry. Nominations for CLIA Hall of Fame inductees will open in February.