Regent 7 Seas Cruises recently introduced its “Unrivaled Room at Sea” campaign to present guests and journey advisors the line’s important differentiators amongst them, robust inclusivity and extensive personal room discovered onboard the line’s ships. Coupled with the new marketing campaign, the ultra-luxury line also released an “Unmatched Place at Sea” sweepstakes for vacation advisors in the United States and Canada. Advisors can enter to win a no cost luxury cruise with an approximate benefit of $20,000.

An “Unrivaled Area at Sea” toolkit also has been designed for vacation advisors. It consists of a electronic brochure, customizable flyer, online video, internet banners and photographs.

Jason Montague, president and CEO of Regent Seven Seas Cruises, explained in a press announcement that the sweepstakes is developed to “recognize and price the essential purpose that journey advisors provide in our sector. Their know-how is crucial as we program for our return to the sea.” 

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For a opportunity to get in the journey advisor sweepstakes, vacation advisors ought to post a testimonial on what “Unequalled Area at Sea” means to them at www.rssc.com/unrivaled-space-at-sea-with-regent. The winning entry will be selected at random from all suitable entries.

In addition to acquiring the complimentary cruise, the winning vacation advisor and a guest will acquire the adhering to complimentary perks: Unlimited shore excursions, free of charge Wi-Fi all through the ship, unlimited beverages, which include fine wines and spirits, specialty dining and valet laundry.

The prize is cruise-only and whole conditions and conditions can be located at www.rssc.com/regentforward.

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