Travelbiz E-Zine
18
August
2022

Port Of Seattle announce representation in Ireland and the UK

#Traveltradetogether

The Port of Seattle inn Washington State in the USA, have announced that the successful bidder to represent their interests in the United Kingdom and Irish Markets is Cellet Marketing and Public Relations Limited.

They will also be responsible for overseeing the German market, which will be managed by Cellet through the German marketing company Get It Across based in Cologne.

Port of Seattle has a long-standing relationship with Core Communications, another UK based marketing agency and their expertise and knowledge played a vital part in securing a new contract, when Cellet and Core decided to join forces to bid for the role.

Caroline Corfield Rose (Managing Director Core) said, “I wanted to continue to react quickly to the changing market conditions and provide a strong, rounded team of professionals to maintain a very high standard for our client Port of Seattle. I felt it important to identify how we could strengthen our relationship and better serve the Port and therefore the choice to work with Cellet, a likeminded, committed, and innovative company, was the ideal option”.

Yolanda Fletcher (Managing Director Cellet Marketing) said, “We are delighted to be working with The Port of Seattle who have endorsed Cellet as their choice to lead marketing efforts in three vital countries, together with our partners Core and GIA who have been the bedrock of these efforts for many years, we will be able to build on this excellent work, and ensure that the Port maintains its preeminent position in the cruising world, and across all of the other aspects of the ports’ work”.

Cellet will also focus on developing cruise and stay development, including opportunities for cooperative marketing, media, trade familiarization trips, and gaining high quality coverage on behalf of the Port and its extensive portfolio, which includes the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport.

Subscribe to our E-Zine

    More

    from latest edition

    Etihad Airways Celebrates Launch Flights To Eight More Destinations This June
    20th June 2024

    Etihad Airways Celebrates Launch Flights To Eight More Destinations This June

    In a massive boost to its network schedule, Etihad Airways, the national airline of the UAE, is celebrating the launch of flights to eight destinations this June, taking the total number of oper...

    Read more
    Statement from Aer Lingus on industrial action
    19th June 2024

    Statement from Aer Lingus on industrial action

    Aer Lingus is currently assessing the impact of the industrial action served by IALPA including the work to rule which it has outlined to commence from 26 June 2024. This action will have a whol...

    Read more
    Royal Caribbean International Announces New VP EMEA
    19th June 2024

    Royal Caribbean International Announces New VP EMEA

    Today, Royal Caribbean International has announced that Gerard Nolan has been appointed Vice President, Europe Middle East Africa (EMEA) at Royal Caribbean International. In this role, Gerard wi...

    Read more
    Log your bookings by the 30th June
    19th June 2024

    Log your bookings by the 30th June

    For a chance to be part of this, you will need to log your Aer Lingus, American Airlines and British Airways bookings from the U.K. and Ireland to the USA between 13th May – 30th June 2024, for ...

    Read more
    The Brand USA MegaFam is back for 2024!
    19th June 2024

    The Brand USA MegaFam is back for 2024!

    In partnership with Aer Lingus, American Airlines and British Airways, the 2024 Brand USA U.K. & Ireland MegaFam will see 60 travel agents travel on six itineraries across the United States. The...

    Read more
    Air Canada welcomes back Dublin-Vancouver service
    18th June 2024

    Air Canada welcomes back Dublin-Vancouver service

    Air Canada is celebrating the return of the summer Dublin-Vancouver service to complement the Dublin-Montreal summer service and the year-round Dublin-Toronto service. Blaithin O’Donnell and Ber...

    Read more