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Holiday Equity Announces Latest Timeshare Resort Partners

Seattle, WA (PRWEB) August 7, 2006

Holiday Equity, a subsidiary of the Seattle-based Holiday Group serving timeshare owners and resort developers around the world, is pleased to announce several new additions to it’s growing family of equity resort partners. Most recent are Grand Seas Resort, Daytona Beach, FL, and Orbit One Resort, Orlando, FL (both contracted with Accumen Sales & Marketing Group), as well as the resorts Flying L Ranch ( and Acadia Village (

These additions bring to 116 the number of resort developers using Holiday’s Equity Exchange to increase sales. Eight resorts have teamed with Holiday just since the industry’s annual ARDA convention in June and the release of Holiday’s Tiger Strategy free DVD.

“With these new resort partners,” says President David Skinner, “we expect to facilitate over $ 200 million in new resort sales for 2006. Creating a way for existing owners to utilize their vacation equity is a major sales advancement for resort developers. We’ve also begun to expand into the European market, which should provide even greater profitability for our partners.”

For more information about Holiday Equity, the “Trade-In & Trade-Up” company, please contact Holiday’s Director of Resort Services, Rick Fernandez, at 1-800-704-0307 ext. 1198, or visit

About Accumen: Accumen Sales & Marketing Group, Based in Daytona Beach FL has become the leading sales and marketing operation in the Volusia-Flagler county area. Under the direction of CEO Larry Coltelli and President Steve Schlossberg, Accumen generated over $ 34,000,000 in marketing and sales revenues during 2005. With plans to expand operations this year, Accumen is projecting to set new company records for sales and marketing revenues in 2006.

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