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Carnival Celebrates New Terminal in a United Way

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In a celebration commemorating the opening of Carnival’s new Terminal 6 in Port Carnival Thursday night, Carnival made a $10,000 donation to the United Way of Brevard County and provided a seven-night cruise for two on Carnival Dream to one of the event attendees. Just one of the ongoing commitments to community involvement from the cruise line.

Carnival’s Chief Marketing Officer Jim Berra served as the keynote speaker for the event, which featured a fun Wizard of Oz theme with characters from the legendary film interacting with guests and the new terminal decorated to resemble the fabled Emerald City.

Responsible for nearly 800,000 cruise passengers annually, Carnival has three ships based in Port Canaveral year-round and two that call to the port seasonally. Carnival first started sailing from the port in 1990.

Pictured here at the festivities are (from left): Carnival Cruise Lines’ Vice President of Commercial Port Operation Carlos Torres de Navarra; Port Canaveral CEO Stan Payne; Chairman of the Brevard Historical Commission Joe Morgan; Chairman of the Canaveral Port Authority Board of Directors, Bruce Deardoff; Carnival Cruise Lines’ Senior Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer Jim Berra; and President of United Way Brevard Rob Rains.

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