A public relations heavyweight has been drafted in as Carnival Corporation seeks to rebuild a reputation tarnished by last year’s Costa Concordia tragedy and a series of mishaps to Carnival Cruise Lines ships since February.
Former American Airlines top PR executive Roger Frizzell (pictured) has taken the newly created position of senior vice president of corporate communications. He joins the world’s largest cruise conglomerate on Monday (June 24).
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San Francisco Chronicle (press release)
The above cited lawsuit has been filed in Miami, against Costa Concordia and its parent company,Carnival Corp. Plaintiffs have prayed for judgment against Defendants, jointly and severally in excess of $10 million dollars for Economic and compensatory damages and $450 million dollars as punitive damages for the six named plaintiffs. Read More on PR Web
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