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Association Of Timeshare Recyclers & Heather Guffin Exhibit At ARDA World 2014, Booth #809

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ARDA World 2014 will play host to Heather Guffin, President and CEO of The Association of Timeshare Recyclers, and ATR Vice President J Michael Martinez, along with over 3000 timeshare industry professionals from the 6th to 10th of April in Las Vegas, Nevada.

“ARDA World is one of the most anticipated events on the timeshare calendar because it is the industry’s largest conference. It is a gathering place for industry professionals to meet, collaborate, and form new alliances. ARDA World is one of the best venues for marketing a new brand to the timeshare industry,” remarked Martinez. “We’ve been exhibiting at ARDA now for over 5 years and always come away from the conference with new leads to cultivate, and deals to forge.”

“The ATR is really unique from all the other secondary market companies in the industry today, because it represents a collaboration of processes that begin and end with Timeshare Developers,” says Heather Guffin. “The ATR is special because we have found timeshare exit solutions that increase sales volumes for Developers, while balancing the needs of consumers who require more flexibility in the timeshare value proposition and legacy resorts that require assistance in reinventing themselves to recycle their inventory to a younger generation. All of the ATR‘s efforts focus on creating win-win-win solutions: first for Developers, then Consumers, and finally HOA’s and Resort Management Companies. Our solutions work and are making a positive change in our industry.”

The work of The Association of Timeshare Recyclers is a very important and exciting one because it addresses core issues within the timeshare industry today: which is that of creating a more sustainable business model over the long term, bridging the gap between legacy resorts and legacy owners, and uniting the primary and secondary markets.

Association of Timeshare Recyclers:

The Association of Timeshare Recyclers actively collaborates within the industry to provide the following key solutions:

  • Developer Trade-in Services
  • Developer Certified Resells
  • Inventory Recovery Solutions
  • Recycling of HOA Owned Inventory
  • Revenue Generation Solutions and Restructuring Services for HOA’s and Legacy Resorts
  • Helping to direct timeshare owners to secure exit strategies that provide them with the exit strategies they require, without having to use the services of relief companies or falling victim to timeshare resale scams.

The ATR membership drive has steadily been growing the non-profit organization’s member base since 2013. ATR members include Developers, HOA’s, Resellers, Brokers, Renters, and the ATR-TOC, (Timeshare Owners Coalition), offering unique services to all interest groups. The ATR’s mission is to find, create, and promote exit strategies that work for the industry as a whole.

ARDA World 2014:

To learn more about Heather Guffin or the Association of Timeshare Recyclers drop by display booth #809 or alternatively you can visit the ATR website at http://timesharerecyclers.com

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