The sun rises over Galveston, Texas, as Carnival Triumph prepares to return to service June 13 following a four-month, $115 million repair and refit. NewmanPR was part of the media relations team that handled 13 media outlets, including nine television (including the “Today Show” and CNBC), two radio and two print outlets that day. In total, we granted interviews, conducted ship tours and otherwise serviced 29 television presenters, camera operators, photographers and reporters onboard. The ship successfully completed its first four-day cruise Monday, June 17.
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