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RCI First To Confirm Sponsorship Of Canadian Resort Conference 2014

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““We are very pleased to be sponsoring this year’s CRDA conference, which provides unique insight into the vacation ownership industry in Canada,” said Debbie Wunder, vice president, RCI Business Development. “It’s important for all of us in the industry to participate in these types of educational and networking opportunities, and we are looking forward to another great event.””

RCI, the global leader in vacation exchange, has confirmed as a Platinum Sponsor for the 2014 Canadian Resort Conference to be held in Toronto.

The Canadian Resort Conference (CRC) is an annual conference hosted by Perspective Group on behalf of the Canadian Resort Development Association (CRDA), a trade association dedicated to furthering the interests of the resort industry in Canada and throughout the world.

RCI was established in 1974, pioneering the concept of vacation exchange and expanding the travel opportunities available to timeshare owners. The company has since grown to become the leader in the industry with nearly 4,500 affiliated resorts and approximately 3.7 million subscribing members.

“We are very pleased to be sponsoring this year’s CRDA conference, which provides unique insight into the vacation ownership industry in Canada,” said Debbie Wunder, vice president, RCI Business Development. “It’s important for all of us in the industry to participate in these types of educational and networking opportunities, and we are looking forward to another great event.”

CRC 2014 will be held 23-24 September 2014 at Pantages, a Skyline Hotel, just steps away from Downtown Toronto’s art, entertainment and shopping districts, and is considered among the leading boutique hotels in the city.

Attracting delegates from Canada, USA, Mexico, The Caribbean and beyond, CRC 2014 will focus on all that the Canadian Resort marketplace has to offer for companies looking to expand into that market and insights into how to attract Canadian vacationers to other destination hotspots. Panel sessions will also look at pertinent issues affecting the state of the industry and updates from the Canadian Resort Development Association.

“RCI has been a long-standing supporter of CRDA’s annual trade conference and we are delighted to have their continued support as we work to expand its reach and size moving forwards,” says Paul Mattimoe, President & CEO, Perspective Group.

Registration for CRC 2014 is now open and as the event continues to take shape, the latest information will be made available at www.canadianresortconference.com. There are also regular updates available at www.facebook.com/CanadianResortConference.

About CRDA

CRDA is an industry-based association that is dedicated to furthering the vacation ownership resort and leisure industries. It was founded over 30 years ago in response to the public’s demand for reliable information about timeshare products. Focus has since broadened to all aspects of shared ownership and the resort industry. For more information on membership and events visit www.crda.com

About RCI

RCI is the worldwide leader in vacation exchange with more than 4,000 affiliated resorts in approximately 100 countries. RCI pioneered the concept of vacation exchange in 1974, offering members increased flexibility and versatility with their vacation ownership experience. Today, through RCI? Weeks, the traditional week-for-week exchange system, and RCI Points?, the industry’s first global points-based exchange system, RCI provides flexible vacation options to its approximately 3.7 million RCI subscribing members each year. RCI’s luxury exchange program, The Registry Collection?, is the world’s largest program of its kind with more than 200 affiliated properties either accessible for exchange or under development on six continents. RCI is part of Wyndham Exchange & Rentals and the Wyndham Worldwide family of brands (NYSE: WYN). For additional information visit our media center, rciaffiliates.com or The RCI Blog. RCI also can be found on Facebook, YouTube and Twitter.

About Perspective Group

Perspective Group provides the vacation ownership industry’s most comprehensive, independent multi-media marketing and publishing services globally. Products and services range from intensive PR & Multimedia services such as INTUTION, a brand visibility service that includes custom content creation and distribution, social media monitoring, online marketing and brand reputation management, to the Perspective Magazine brand, which publishes the leading independent trade publication globally, as well as custom membership magazines for clients.

Perspective Group is a media sponsor of more than 30 industry events per year and participates on a number of trade association committees. They also host their own annual industry leader event, the Global Networking Expo (GNEX Conference), and Canadian Resort Conference (CRC) on behalf of the Canadian Resort Development Association (CRDA). For further information please visit http://perspectivemagazine.com/services

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