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RCI Pledges $60,000 to the ARDA International Foundation (AIF) for Industry Research and Education
11 Apr 2017

RCI Pledges $60,000 to the ARDA International Foundation (AIF) for Industry Research and Education

RCI made a $60,000 pledge to the ARDA International Foundation (AIF) during ARDA World 2017 in New Orleans. AIF is a nonprofit organization led by the American Resort Development Association (ARDA) that serves to foster career opportunities and development through education and training programs and advance knowledge of the industry through comprehensive market intelligence. “The entire timeshare industry benefits from the great work that is being done through the AIF,” said Gordon Gurnik, president of RCI. “We make driving the timeshare industry forward a top priority at RCI, so we’re pleased to continue ongoing support of the organization’s valuable research and...

RCI donates $50,000 to the ARDA International Foundation
4 May 2016

RCI donates $50,000 to the ARDA International Foundation

RCI presented the ARDA International Foundation (AIF) with a donation of $50,000 USD on May 3, 2016, during ARDA World 2016 in Hollywood, Florida, to fund industry research and education. RCI presented the donation to the AIF at the opening General Session of ARDA World 2016. In addition to the donation today, RCI contributed an additional $50,000 USD toward ARDA’s 2016 World Wide Shared Vacation Ownership study. This study includes updates on key metrics and captures the economic impact of the industry from a global perspective. “The key mission of the AIF is to provide both the financial markets and the resort development...

Interval Members In Australia And New Zealand Satisfied With Vacation Ownership
5 Nov 2014

US Timeshare Owner More Diverse, Younger, According To A Report Issued by the ARDA International Foundation

According to a study issued by the ARDA International Foundation (AIF), new timeshare owners are younger and have higher incomes than current owners and represent a more culturally diverse cross-section of U.S. households. The timeshare industry in the US has returned to growth mode, in part due to the influx of a new type of owner. According to the newly released Shared Vacation Ownership Study from the AIF, these new owners are younger, have higher incomes than current owners and represent a more culturally diverse cross-section of U.S. households. “We’re excited not only about the fact that sales are up in our...