The National Timeshare Owners Association (NTOA) held its latest meeting at The Villages on Sunday, February 19, 2012. This latest meeting was aimed at helping timeshare owners and developers to better understand the issues facing the industry and the variety of resources available to them.
An expert cast of speakers presented their take on such topics as the current state of the resale market, exchange options and even a lesson on timeshare scams from the Attorney General’s office of Florida.
Nearly 160 timeshare owners from around the country attended the meeting for the valuable educational and networking opportunities available at every NTOA meeting.
Peter Emery, Sales Manager of CashOutATimeshare.com lead a discussion for timeshare owners who are looking at potentially selling or renting out their vacation properties. And according to the NTOA blog site, “we’re pleased to report that only a week later, some timeshares have already been sold!”
Rich Muller presented a powerful warning to timeshare owners and developers regarding alleged “Consumer Advocacy Groups.” Shep Altshuler, A representative from TimeSharing Today Magazine presented a discussion on the importance of owner participation in their home resort and the right every timeshare owner has. Those who attended the meeting left with a number of resources to call should they have any questions.
The National Timeshare Owners Association is a non-profit organization that is dedicated to helping timeshare consumers to better understand their properties and their rights as owners. The next meeting of the NTOA will be held in Baltimore on Sunday, April 15, 2012. This is typically the largest NTOA event of the year. To register, contact Ed Hastry.
BuyATimeshare.com and Wesley Kogelman Sponsors Non-Profit Organization “Send Me On Vacation” February 25, 2012Posted by Bryan Connelly in : ARDA, Charity, Customer Comments, Donate a Timeshare, General, Marriott Timeshares, New Features, News & Events, Timeshare Rental, Timeshare Resale, Timeshare Resource, Wesley Kogelman , add a comment
In an effort to support survivors of breast cancer, Wesley Kogelman and Buy A Timeshare.com donated $1,000.00 toward the non-profit organization Send Me On Vacation (SMOV). While attending the 2012 GNEX Conference in Cancun, delegates like Kogelman took the opportunity to help sponsor a vacation in 2012.
SMOV is dedicated to providing an all-expense-paid trip for women and their families. After an exhausting battle with the dreadful disease, breast cancer survivors are given a chance to visit somewhere stress-free and rejuvenating. A much needed retreat, these vacations allow women and their families to begin the healing process and celebrate life.
Wesley Kogelman, founder and President of Buy A Timeshare.com is no stranger to the importance of a vacation. The internet advertising and marketing firm specializes in timeshares and helping families secure affordable vacation properties through by-owner resales and rentals. Along with helping a breast cancer survivor after treatment, Kogelman received a complementary membership with SMOV to keep up with industry topics and future sponsorships.ARDA, Charity, Customer Comments, General, New Features, News & Events, Timeshare Resale, Timeshare Resource, Travel, Uncategorized, Wesley Kogelman , add a comment
In recognition of his contributions made to The Rotary Foundation Wesley Kogelman became a Paul Harris Fellow last week at the Rotary Club of Souhegan Valley.
Donations are made to Annual Program Funds, PoilioPlus, or the Humanitarian Grants Program to help enrich the lives of others. Kogelman was awarded his certificate of recognition at the Hampton Inn in Nashua.
The Paul Harris Society has made contributions to support Foundation Grant Activities around the world. From disease prevention and treatment, to water sanitation and literacy, each Paul Harris Fellow is a part of the ongoing improvement of heath, the support of education and the alleviation of poverty.
Wesley Kogelman, founder and president of BuyATimeshare.com, has made contributions to several fundraisers and has helped to organize events throughout the years.
Recently, the Souhegan Valley Happy Hour Club has spearheaded events like the Annual Monday Night Football Fundraiser, as well as supporting the Annual Golf Tournament held at the Amherst Country Club.
In 2009 Kogelman and a group of 33 Rotarian traveled to Honduras to assist in building schools, hospitals, and water purifying stations.
In recognition of his contributions to the Rotary Foundation, Wesley Kogelman’s name will be added the ranks of such notable figures as U.S. President Jimmy Carter, astronaut James Lovell and Mother Teresa.