Interval International and Marriott Vacations Worldwide Renew Long-Term Relationship
Friday April 4th, 2014 - 9:40AM B
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MIAMI—Interval International, an operating business of Interval Leisure Group, has renewed its affiliation agreement with Marriott Vacations Worldwide Corporation. The multi-year contract extends the relationship established in 1990 and includes 53 shared ownership properties, as well as future resorts.
“For more than 20 years, Interval has been proud to partner with such a well-respected industry leader,” said Craig M. Nash, chairman, president and CEO of Interval Leisure Group. “We appreciate the ongoing opportunity to provide Marriott Vacation Club owners with our valuable benefits and innovative technology, and to further our longstanding corporate relationship.”
Marriott Vacation Club owners will continue to have access to an array of leisure products and programs, including internal and external vacation exchange services, offering the option of trading their accommodations for a resort within the Marriott Vacation Club portfolio or to one of hundreds of resorts in Interval’s worldwide network. In turn, other Interval members have the ability to exchange into Marriott Vacation Club’s beach, ski, golf and spa resorts throughout the United States, the Caribbean, Europe, and Asia.
Marriott Vacation Club has more than 415,000 owner families and its resort portfolio extends to 33 vacation destinations. This year, the company is celebrating its 30th anniversary.
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