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Norwegian Cruise Line celebrating teachers by giving away 100 free cruises

CRUISE LINER NORWEGIAN JEWEL
FILE – In this June 25, 2005, file photo, the cruise liner Norwegian Jewel built at the ship yard Meyer in Papenburg, northern Germany, goes down the river Ems. Two cruise ships were headed Wednesday, March 18, 2020, to Honolulu after being turned away by other ports. There were no positive cases of coronavirus on either vessel, officials said. The ships are the Maasdam, operated by Holland America Line, and the Norwegian Jewel, owned by Norwegian Cruise Line. (AP Photo/Joerg Sarbach, File)

Teachers from West Palm Beach compete for top prize.

If you know any well deserving Teachers, spread the word and help heat up the competition.

Norwegian Cruise Lines is celebrating teachers by relaunching it’s “Giving Joy” Campaign.

To celebrate the teachers dedication to their students, NCL is giving away 100 free cruises to 100 teachers, plus a chance for the top three educators to win up to $25,000 for their schools.

Only a week left to vote.

The competition among the Top 200 remains close.

As of today, there are 51 Florida teachers competing for a chance to win a seven-day cruise for two.

Ashley Goldstein and Alexander Goode-McDaniel of West Palm Beach are among those in the running.

For more information to vote for your favorite educator click here.

To nominate and vote for educators click here.