Travel Is “Timeshare” -- ARDA Celebrating Travel and Tourism Week, People Asked to Define What Travel Means to Them

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This year, to celebrate National Travel and Tourism Week (NTTW) 2015, May 2-­‐10, the travel industry is highlighting how travel affects us all with the theme: “Travel is ________________.”

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Our owners love to travel and know that they get all the benefits of a vacation along with some extra benefits with vacationing with timeshare.

This year, to celebrate National Travel and Tourism Week (NTTW) 2015, May 2-­‐10, the travel industry is highlighting how travel affects us all with the theme: “Travel is _______________ .”

Travel is different for everyone. Travel is vacationing. Travel is making memories. Travel is essential to the U.S. economy. Travel is a job creator. No matter how you complete the sentence, the bottom line message is that travel is vital to our country and our lives, and it has meaning for everyone.

For the American Resort Development Association (ARDA), our members and our nine million-plus happy owners, Travel is “Timeshare”.

“Our owners love to travel and know that they get all the benefits of a vacation along with some extra benefits with vacationing with timeshare,” said Howard Nusbaum, president and CEO of the American Resort Development Association (ARDA). “Timeshare owners get more than a room; they get space for togetherness with room for privacy. They also have a world of options with over 5,300 resorts worldwide. And they can create memories, one vacation at a time.”

National Travel and Tourism Week is May 2-10, 2015. It’s an annual tradition that was established by a congressional resolution in 1983 and first celebrated the following year.

For more on why Travel is “Timeshare,” visit http://www.VacationBetter.org.

The American Resort Development Association (ARDA) is the Washington, D.C.-based professional association representing the vacation ownership and resort development industries. Established in 1969, ARDA today has almost 1,000 members ranging from privately held firms to publicly traded companies and international corporations with expertise in shared ownership interests in leisure real estate. The membership also includes timeshare owner associations (HOAs), resort management companies, and owners through the ARDA Resort Owners Coalition (ARDA-ROC). For more information, visit http://www.arda.org or ARDA’s consumer website at http://www.VacationBetter.org.

The ARDA International Foundation (AIF) is the timeshare industry’s leading source for market intelligence and career advancement resources. AIF, a 501(c) (3) organization, serves to enhance knowledge for the public and industry through its comprehensive timeshare research studies and aims to enrich careers through ongoing training, learning and development. For more information, visit http://www.arda.org/foundation.

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