Do you love cruising? Never been on a cruise but are curious about it? Whether you’re old hat at cruising or are new to this type of travel, Carnival Corporation wants to help you enjoy the experience. They’ve launched a new campaign that includes two contests and a fun game to get you into the spirit of cruising.
Carnival Corporation has nine different cruise lines, including Carnival, Princess Cruise Lines, Holland America, Cunard and Seabourn (one of my favorites!) and 100+ ships. From family travel to luxury experiences, Carnival Corporation offers up a cruising experience for every kind of traveler.
To put cruising back on people’s minds as we head into 2015, Carnival has come up with some pretty fun and creative marketing initiatives.
1 The Cruise-A-Nality Game
Choosing the cruise that’s right for you isn’t just about picking your ideal itinerary that hits destinations you love. While the itinerary is obviously important, so is the atmosphere of the cruise ship. The Cruise-A-Nality Game helps you determine your cruise personality by answering a series of fun questions about your travel preferences and what you hope to get out of a cruise, then makes suggestions of the cruise lines best suited to you and your tastes. Afterwards, you can enter into a sweepstakes for your chance to win a cruise for you and a travel companion. Play the Cruise-A-Nality game here.
2 Twitter Contest
Entering a contest doesn’t get any easier than 140 characters. Simply follow @CarnivalPLC and tweet at them using their handle and the hashtag #LoveCruising to tell them your favorite reason to cruise. Each individual / Twitter account can enter 10 times during the entry period. Prize: 100 days of cruising! Visit Twitter for your chance to win.
3 Marketing Challenge
Take advantage of this challenge and be a part of Carnival’s marketing team by voting on your favorite television commercial. Watch all six ads, then vote for the one that you think is best for your chance to win a cruise a year for life. That sounds like a pretty sweet deal! To enter the contest and for more contest details, click here.
Winning a cruise doesn’t get any easier than this and Carnival is giving people three ways to win – so what are you waiting for?
This is a sponsored post on behalf of Carnival Corporation. I received compensation for this post, however all opinions stated are my own.
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