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Myrtle Beach-based Management Company Defender Resorts, Inc. has been selected by the Board of Directors of Club Sea Oats in Daytona Beach Shores, Florida as their new professional management company.

Defender ResortsClub Sea Oats is a timeshare resort property located along the Atlantic Ocean coastline in Daytona Beach Shores. They have a floating inventory and are centrally located for many of the areas famous events such as the Daytona 500.

“We are excited to have a growing family of resorts.” said Frank Baker, Executive Vice President of Defender Resorts, Inc. “Every individual property has its own uniqueness and its own specific needs and we enjoy getting to be part of helping resorts operate more efficiently. We are truly honored to be named the new management at Club Sea Oats.”

With the addition of Club Sea Oats, Defender Resorts, Inc. manages a total of 24 resorts and 26 associations, which span the Eastern Seaboard including Massachusetts, Maryland, Delaware, North Carolina, South Carolina, Florida, Sint Maarten and the Cayman Islands.

Myrtle Beach Timeshare Operator Defender Resorts Adds Four Resorts To Portfolio August 8, 2013

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Defender Resorts has successfully added four new resorts to their management portfolio. The resorts span the East Coast and Caribbean and include; 4 Seasons at Beech in Beech Mountain, North Carolina, Sea Palace on Sint Maarten in the Dutch Caribbean, The Reef at Marathon in the Florida Keys and Sand Castle in their hometown of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.

Sand Castle Resort, Myrtle Beach, SC

Sand Castle Resort, Myrtle Beach, SC

All four resorts chose Defender Resorts as their management agent after lengthy bidding and application processes and eventually made the final choice with Defender Resorts because of their expertise and long time success in the timeshare management business.

“Our Board of Directors unanimously selected Defender Resorts as our management agent because their resources and expertise mixed with their commitment to quality and honest communications made them standout to us as the best option,” said Bob Piers, Board President of The Reef at Marathon.

Four Seasons is a 35 unit property in North Carolina on Beech Mountain, the highest point east of the Mississippi. The resort is the perfect getaway for the nature and culture lover with stunning hiking, views and outdoor activities year round.

Sea Palace, a 32 unit property in the Dutch Virgin Islands is the “Crown Jewel” of Sint Maarten and has selected Defender Resorts at a key point in their future asthey are currently undergoing a complete renovation.

The Reef at Marathon is a 22 unit property in Marathon, Florida which is directly in the middle of the Florida Keys. The unique property is individual, raised round villas situated right next to the Gulf of Mexico. The property entertains owners with kayaks, bikes, paddleboats and other on-site activities, but the real thing that excites owners about their property is the fishing. With an on-site boat ramp and docks The Reef is a gateway to some of the world’s best fishing spots.

The fourth property, Sand Castle, has brought on Defender Resorts to manage 27 of their units. The resort is located oceanfront along the Grand Strand in Myrtle Beach, which has been named by Trip Advisor and other sources as a top vacation spot in the country.

“We are very pleased to add these fine resorts to the Defender Resorts family and expand our professional timeshare management services to these areas,” said Frank Baker, Executive Vice President of Defender Resorts. “These resorts selected Defender for our expertise in management, sales and marketing. We appreciate the confidence they have placed in us and we look forward to assisting the resorts in implementing their visions and plans.”