Wednesday, September 23, 2009
Closing Soon: Cruise Passenger Magazine annual Readers Choice Awards
Readers are invited to vote across a number of categories for their favourite cruise experience. Each year this is voted on by Cruise Passengers from around Australasia. This important award recognises the view of the real cruise passenger and provides genuine feedback and praise to the industry rewarding them for their product, service and creativity. This year’s prestigious awards will be the biggest ever culminating in an event one evening this December to celebrate the winners at Orient Express’s Observatory Hotel. One lucky entrant will win a holiday to the value of $4500 at one of Orient Express’s hotels worldwide.
Among others, key categories include:
* Best Cruise Ship (across 3 different size categories)
* Best Adventure/Expedition Ship
* Best Individual Cruise Agent
* Best Multiple Cruise Agent
With the launch of www.cruises.com.au, we have extended the vote out even wider. This year we invite you and your customers to vote. Those in the industry have just as much right to vote as you have all cruised. So please fill out the form attached and press submit and then send to register your vote or visit www.cruisechoice.speedsurvey.com and vote online. Remember you don’t need to fill in every category - just the ones that are relevant to your experience. We would encourage you to pass this email onto your cruise clients so they can register their opinion on their favourite cruise experience and maybe even vote for you! Entries close at the end of October.
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