AMCV's Sales Division Is Poised For Growth

Wednesday, March 01, 2000
In response to the quadrupling of its planned passenger berth capacity between 2000 and 2004, American Classic Voyages (AMCV), has reorganized its sales division. According to Roderick K. McLeod, the company's president and COO, Thomas E. Blaikie was named vice president of sales for all of the company's brands. A 30-year veteran of the travel industry, Blaikie joined AMCV in 1996. He joins Rolf P. Logan, the company's new director of field sales, as well as two regional managers, Anthony J. Galatro and Mark W. Costa, both of whom will oversee 14 business development field managers each. In addition, Marty T. Metiva was promoted to director of national and international sales following more than 15 years in sales with AMCV's Delta Queen brand.
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