Stephen P. Weisz - Marriott Vacations Worldwide
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[According to] some interesting statistics not only that we see, but also through the Timeshare Trade Association and the American Resort Development Association, the number of Gen X, Gen Y and millennials continues to grow as a percentage of the new-owner buyers that are coming into the marketplace.feedback
“We're very bullish about what we think the future to be, and we believe that the demand for vacationing, particularly in quality properties such as ours, is as good as it's ever been.” said Stephen P. Weisz on this article: With shares up 50 percent for the year, Marriott Vacations CEO reveals his company's secret sauce. This page contains 4 articles quoting Stephen P. Weisz. Main topics on which Stephen P. Weisz is quoted are business and space. In addition you’ll find 5 quotes there. All these quotes are mentioned on this page and you can filter them by date and by topics.
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Oct 06 2017
We're very bullish about what we think the future to be, and we believe that the demand for vacationing, particularly in quality properties such as ours, is as good as it's ever been.feedback
Oct 06 2017
The Frenchman's Cove property will probably be able to take guests back, call it, end of November, early December. However, there is no permanent power to the resorts yet. That's going to be the biggest problem. We're currently operating on temporary generators there. At the Ritz Carlton Club, I think it's going to be a little longer.feedback
Feb 28 2017
Back in 2015 we had an analyst day we told people that our plan was we were going to add new sales centers and new resort locations, and we were going to have new marketing programs that delivered more tours into our existing sales centers. And in fact, that all happened.feedback
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