Our Association hosts a cruise for 60-75 people every other year for 5-7 days. We typically leave from a port in Florida. Members are price conscious but naturally want the best value. The Association needs to purchase the cruise tickets wholesale and sell retail. If we involve a travel agent, that cuts out what we can bring in. If we contact the cruise line directly, they want to point us back to a local travel agent. What's the best way to get a great group rate that's a good bit below the internet pricing?
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