WASHINGTON DC (December 7, 2015) – A new infographic from theAmerican Resort Development Association (ARDA) shows that experiencing a timeshare vacation is about vacationing on your terms. The graphic depicts the endless options of choosing when you want,where you want and how you want to vacation as the differentiating value of timeshare vacations.
According to research commissioned by the ARDA International Foundation over the past decade surveying owners why they value their timeshare, respondents consistently cite the flexibility of product types and global locations as a resounding benefit of ownership. “Everyone wants to vacation on their own terms,” said ARDA’s president and CEO Howard Nusbaum. “But it’s the flexibility and variety of ownership options that timeshare lets you truly create a vacation experience based on how you like to travel.”
Timeshare vacations mean there are endless possibilities:
- More than 5,300 timeshare resorts located in 100 countries to choose from.
- Destinations everywhere – from the beach or desert, to the mountains or country, to urban cities.
- New places to explore, revisit favorite spots, or reconnect with loved ones.
- A vacation experience with luxury resort accommodations and the comforts of home with elbow space for everyone to relax.
For more information and to learn why timeshare vacations make for better vacations, visit 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 www.arda.org or ARDA’s consumer website at www.VacationBetter.org.
Peter Roth, ARDA
Christy Moran, Weber Merritt