ICCL Relocates Its Headquarters

Thursday, March 30, 2000
The International Council of Cruise Lines will relocate adjoining the offices of Alcade & Fay, the government affairs firm that has represented the cruise industry for 22 years, effective April 3.

As stated per the organization's board chairman, Micky Arison, who is chairman and CEO of Carnival Corp.; Ted Thompson will serve as ICCL's executive vice president and Michael Crye was elected senior vice president, while John Bastek will continue as acting president of ICCL.

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