TBMA Continues its Focus on the Future of Legacy Resorts

At its upcoming fall meeting, the Timeshare Board Members Association (TBMA) will continue its focus on helping legacy timeshare resorts to successfully compete in the ever changing timeshare market. TBMA invites Board Members and Onsite Resort Managers to attend the meeting October 25-27 in Denver for an update on all the changes, challenges and solutions under TBMA's program, Timesharing 2020 - Creating a Vision for the Future of Legacy Resorts through Strategic Planning.

TBMA, a non-profit association, is dedicated to helping provide technical, organizational and moral support to directors of owner controlled timeshare boards. TBMA provides a forum for the exchange of views, and offers support, informational resources, and assistance to all association members in carrying out the responsibilities of the HOA.

TBMA Fall Meeting Offers Needed Insights

The October 25-27 meeting in Denver offers some needed insights from industry experts during an impressive agenda of educational panels. HOA Board Members will join in the discussions to add their detailed knowledge about running a timeshare resort, and establishing and implementing policies and procedures. 

Key Issues in Educational Sessions

Here are a few of the key issues that will be featured at the fall meeting:
  • Sunset Clauses - governing documents that call for expiration of the timeshare plan, and disclosure issues relative to those sunset provisions that affect resale.
  • Vacation Clubs - their impact on control of a resort and how they can help generate revenues from non-performing owners' association controlled inventory.
  • The Evolution of Marketing - a study of ownership preferences for new and younger buyers, and marketing strategies to reach them.
  • Creating and implementing property-improvement plans for refurbishing and reconstruction projects.
  • Evaluating your resort's financial health.
  • Monitoring a resort's public image, dealing with transient guests, and utilizing social media.

Special "Meet and Greet" session on Sunday

Board Members and on-site managers will get a chance to meet fact-to-face on Sunday prior to the start of the educational sessions. This is a good opportunity to discuss common interests and exchange contact information. More networking opportunities are scheduled throughout the sessions.

Membership and the meeting is free

Membership in TBMA is free and there is no registration fee for board members and resort managers to attend the TBMA meetings. Join at www.tbmassoc.org RSVP for the Denver meeting to resorts@tstoday.com

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