MIAMI -- Norwegian Cruise Line introduced a "tic-tac-toe" game to
promote its Homeland Cruising program, which features ship
departures from eight U.S. and Canadian ports.
The game card resembles a tic-tac-toe board; agents sell the
cruises in each square, and prizes are awarded when an entire row
or diagonal section is sold.
Sailings must be booked and deposited by March 31.
All agents awarded prizes will be entered into a drawing for a
seven-day Hawaii cruise on board the Norwegian Star in one of the
ship's 5,300-square-foot Garden Villa accommodations.
For more information, call (800) 327-7030.