Success Stories

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Special Interest Cruise Success Story

by mmckeon

    Theme and special interest cruises are more popular than ever, as event planners and producers discover that ships are the perfect venue to bring like-minded people together. Here’s an example of a recent special interest cruise Landry & Kling helped produce – and the results were nothing less than phenomenal! On July 10, Landry & Kling’s Cruise Events […]

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    Cruise Meeting Success Story: Bowling Over Skeptics

    by mmckeon

    Since 1982, Landry & Kling has planned and operated hundreds of events at sea – from high-profile global meetings to special interest theme cruises (and everything in between). So when the company received a request for proposal from the Brunswick Bowling & Billiards Company, Joyce Landry and the team know precisely which cruise ship and […]

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    A Planner’s Guide: Top 10 Types of Cruise Events

    by mmckeon

    There’s some serious business being conducted at sea!  More meeting and event planning pros are choosing cruise ships for corporate meetings, incentive travel programs, and group events of all types and sizes. They know that the cost savings of a cruise vs. land-based program; the self-contained, secure environment of a ship; and memorable experiences both onboard […]

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    A Meeting at Sea Success Story: Bowling Over the Skeptics

    by mmckeon

    Since 1982, Landry & Kling has planned and operated hundreds of events at sea – from high-profile global meetings to special interest theme cruises (and everything in between). So when the company received a request for proposal from the Brunswick Bowling & Billiards Company, Joyce Landry and the team know precisely which cruise ship and […]

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    The next great convention space – at sea

    by mmckeon

    According to latest industry trend reports, meeting planners are continuing to look for creative ways to plan dynamic meetings while cutting costs. Another trend we’ve noticed? Mixing a bit of fun and more activities into the business agenda. So we’re not surprised that a meeting at sea is no longer a novel idea – it’s […]

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