American Queen Steamboat Company – New Profit Opportunities in 2016

March 9th, 2015 11:00am PT | 2:00pm ET

Maximize your profits by selling the magnificent American Queen on the Mississippi, Ohio, Tennessee, and Cumberland Rivers in the Heartland of America, where your clients will Discover the Legacy of Mark Twain’s America, and on the beautiful American Empress in the Pacific Northwest on the Columbia and Snake Rivers, where your clients will travel in the Footsteps of Lewis and Clark. In addition to sharing the latest information on American Queen Steamboat Company’s cruises, Hy will explain all Special Offers and Enriched Programs for 2016.

One lucky attendee will win an American Queen or American Empress River cruise for themselves and a guest!

Prize includes voyage only. Subject to space at 45 days prior to departure. Port charges and gratuities are additional.


Hy Cooper, American Queen Steamboat Company
Western Regional Vice President of Sales

Hy Cooper has 53 years of travel industry experience. He launched his successful and fulfilling travel industry career at TWA in 1963, and sailed through to his responsibilities at American Queen Steamboat Company, and he is still cruising America’s great inland rivers, and doing Mark Twain impressions. At TWA his responsibilities included Reservations, Ticketing, Inside Sales, Sales Rep, Senior Sales Rep, Account Executive, and Director of Sales running a sales team of 21 employees, and even washing airplanes during strikes. He joined Delta Queen Steamboat Company in 1982 and never looked back. He is a gifted presenter, has brought in mega accounts, and has consistently been a Top Producer and Salesman of the Year, in helping the travel agency community fill the boats. Hy is constantly communicating with the travel trade and public, and is truly a natural born salesman. Over 53 years in travel and never been fired…only admired! He has been married for over 40 years and has two successful grown daughters and three adorable grandchildren. Hy grew up in Boston, and has finally lost his Boston accent.

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