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Monday,  February 26, 2024 3:56 AM 

Carnival launches Canadian Travel Partner Advisory Committee

Carnival launches Canadian Travel Partner Advisory Committee

Carnival Cruise Line has appointed 31 new members to its 2017 Travel Partner Advisory Committee (TPAC), including a new dedicated Canadian Travel Partner Advisory Committee reinforcing Carnival’s commitment to this key North American market and Canada’s importance to the line’s business.

The Canadian TPAC will be led by Justin French, Carnival’s regional vice president of Canada and Northern U.S. sales and will be part of the overall TPAC group while also taking part in dedicated sub-committee meetings with more focus on the Canadian region throughout 2017.

Canadian members of Carnival’s 2017 Travel Partner Advisory Committee include:

  • Cyndi Stone, Travel Consultant - The Travel Agent Next Door
  • Darren Single, Vice President - Odenza Marketing Group
  • Evelyne Auger, Travel Counselor - Expression Voyages
  • Gor Mahal, Sales Manager - Expedia CruiseShipCenters Westwood
  • Marilyn Tavener, Cruise & Vacation Consultant - Expedia CruiseShipCenters Newmarket Aurora
  • Mary Lynn Villeneuve, Travel Consultant – TravelOnly
  • Mireille Guertin, Manager - Expedia CruiseShipCenters Ottawa
  • Paula Baglole, Cruise & Vacation Specialist - Expedia CruiseShipCenters Prince Edward Island
  • Susan Woodcock, Director of Reservations – Dargal Interline Travel
  • Tracey Clarke, Manager/Lead Agent/Owner - World Travel & Cruises

Each year, the line invites select travel partners spanning an array of agency models to participate in the committee. The purpose of TPAC is to offer guidance related to various trade programs, tools and initiatives introduced by Carnival.

Members of TPAC are nominated by Carnival’s sales leadership team and business development managers. Nominees are selected with the goal of creating a panel that reflects an array of business models that provide balanced and objective feedback through an open exchange of ideas. Travel professionals participate in the committee for a one-year period.