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AMAWATERWAYS NAMED NACTA 2016 RIVER CRUISE LINE PARTNER OF THE YEAR

Calabasas, CA - (Nov. 15, 2016) - AmaWaterways proudly announces it has been named the National Association of Career Travel Agents' (NACTA) 2016 River Cruise Line Partner of the Year at their annual conference in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. For thirty years, NACTA has been the foremost travel industry association dedicated to providing the finest education, training, networking, and representation in support of Career Travel Agents. The award was presented by Ann Chamberlin, NACTA president and ASTA senior vice president of operations and Bob Duglin, NACTA/ASTA vice president of business development during the awards ceremony attended this year by a record number of member agents.

“On behalf of the entire AmaWaterways’ team, we are incredibly proud and humbled to receive this recognition from the members of NACTA," said Kristin Karst, AmaWaterways’ executive vice president and co-owner. “To receive this award three years in a row is a testimony to our engagement and support to the growing base of professional independent travel consultants across the country.”

AmaWaterways has been unwavering in their commitment to the travel agent community since the start of the company 15 years ago. AmaWaterways currently staffs 17 Business Development Managers in North America, and this year is pleased to be hosting 30 Seminars on the River – sailings that give travel professionals the chance to enjoy some of the line’s most popular river cruise itineraries, hosted by expert sales team members who share in-depth product knowledge, strategies and key sales tips while onboard.

For more information or to book an AmaWaterways river cruise, contact a travel professional, visit www.AmaWaterways.com or call (800) 626-0126. Follow AmaWaterways on Facebook at www.facebook.com/AmaWaterways and Twitter @AmaWaterways.

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