Silversea Names Ball Director of Public Relations

Monday, May 06, 2002
Silversea Cruises announced today that Brad Ball has been named Director of Public Relations. Ball will oversee the ultra-luxury line's worldwide public relations efforts and report to Barbara Muckermann, Silversea's Vice President of Corporate Communications. Brad Ball brings over 10 years of cruise experience to his new position at Silversea. He was previously employed at Renaissance Cruises as director of publicity and media relations. Ball joined Silversea three months ago as a public relations consultant for the company. Brad Ball assumes all responsibilities formerly handled by Dale Dibello-Nicholson, who has accepted a position as Director of Public Relations for the American Heart Association, South Florida Region. "We are pleased to permanently welcome Brad to Silversea Cruises", said Barbara Muckermann, Vice President of Corporate Communications for Silversea. "Brad will continue to strengthen and enhance Silversea's worldwide promotional efforts directed towards the consumer and trade media. He has great plans for our public relations programs and we wholeheartedly support his goals and objectives. We wish Dale well in her new position and are extremely grateful for her tremendous efforts and valuable contributions to Silversea over the past six years."
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