Phoenix, AZ (January 21, 2011) -– Dial An Exchange (DAE), internationally known for providing exceptional customer service, has identified a need within the family of timeshare owners for a program that will enable them to become more knowledgeable about their purchase, the timeshare industry and their owner benefits. They plan to share that information with Orlando area timeshare owners on January 28.
Two years ago, DAE hosted their first Vacation Education Seminars for timeshare owners in Arizona with each program attended by about 150 owners. “The owners loved them,” said Fermin Cruz, VP of North American Business for DAE. “They asked tons of questions ranging from how their maintenance fees are spent to how they can rent their week out to the public.”
The event was so successful, that the DAE executive team decided to continue the series in other U.S. regions. To be credible, they felt the seminars should be given by a company not attempting to sell any product. DAE’s third Vacation Ownership Seminar is scheduled for January 28 at the Florida Hotel and Conference Center at the Florida Mall near downtown Orlando. More than one hundred timeshare owners who live and own in the Orlando metropolitan area are expected to be in attendance. The seminar will be about two hours in length and will feature a lengthy Q&A session for attendees to obtain the most benefits from each session. Each guest will receive a free gift for attending. No sales presentations will be given. For information on the seminar, call 800-468-1799.
Event host Dial An Exchange will share the benefits of effectively exchanging a timeshare week and determining other use options. Speakers will include Jason Tremblay, founder of SellMyTimeshareNOW.com; Ed Hastry of the National Timeshare Owners Association; and Lisa Ann Schreier, author of “Timeshare Vacations For Dummies” and founder of Timeshare Insights.
“Dial An Exchange has long been aware of the need for new as well as seasoned timeshare vacation owners to have a better understanding of their purchase and how to leverage their ownership,” says Cruz. “Our complimentary seminars have been created to help timeshare owners better utilize their existing vacation time and provide information on renting, reselling and other use options of which they may not be aware.”
Dial An Exchange is the largest privately owned exchange company with worldwide destination availability. Formed in 1997 to support timeshare owners, membership is free and exchange fees are not charged until an exchange is confirmed. Since the company’s formation, DAE has grown from a single office in Australia to offices in Europe, the United States, New Zealand, South Africa, Asia, the United Kingdom and Phoenix, Arizona. The company has 275,000 members around the world. For more information, go to www.daelive.com
Contact: Daniel Meyers at 602-516-7680
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SOURCE: Dial an Exchange