June 4-11, 2005 USGlass magazine and its sister publications
will embark on the first ever Industry Management Cruise to Alaska.
Royal Caribbean's Radiance of the Seas Cruise will feature
educational seminars and industry social networking opportunities.
The cruise will depart on June 4 from Vancouver, British Columbia,
and stop in the ports of Juneau, Skagway and Ketchikan, Alaska
as well as Hubbard Glacier. Between ports there will be three
days of hard-hitting sessions geared for those managing the industry.
A tour of an Alaskan distributor will also be a part of the event
as well as extensive social events and gatherings for meeting
old and new colleagues. "We are pleased to be able to offer
such an event to those wishing to enhance their level of management
expertise and to add to the betterment of their industries,"
stated publisher Deb Levy of Key Communications Inc. " It
will give attendees a great opportunity for interaction - combined
with some fun and great scenery."
The cruise ship is comprised of twelve decks complete with a
casino, a rock-climbing wall, solarium, fitness center, basketball/volleyball
courts, multiple restaurants, lounges and clubs to meet any attendee's
needs during the eight day/ seven night event. Staterooms start
as low as $849 per person.
Sponsored by USGlass magazine and other Key Communications Inc.
publications, more information is available by calling Hayley
Steele at 540/720-5584 ext. 151 or e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Key Communications Inc. is headquartered in Stafford, VA, a suburb
of Washington DC and provides the industries it serves with the
highest quality and most comprehensive information services in