Orlando, Florida – September 24, 2014 – (INTUITION by Perspective Group) – Classic Holidays is hosting New Zealand Owner Information Sessions in October, crossing the country to educate members on their enhanced benefits as part of Australasia’s largest Resort and Club Management company.
The sessions will be held in Auckland, Hamilton, Tauranga, Palmerston North, Lower Hutt, Christchurch and Dunedin from 13 to 24 October, inviting their new New Zealand members to learn more about their Classic Holidays membership.
[dt_quote type=”pullquote” layout=”left” font_size=”big” animation=”none” size=”3″]“The focus of the New Zealand sessions will be to educate our new member families on how Classic Holidays’ membership enhances their ownership,” said Chief Operating Officer, Carole Smith.[/dt_quote]
“We’ve seen a very enthusiastic response already, with the 10 sessions booking out quickly.
“It’s a great way to communicate the latest updates to our new New Zealand members on all the services currently available to them, and those still to come that will further enhance their timeshare ownership through Classic Holidays.”
All Classic members receive free membership to Exchange & Play, giving them priority access to exchange their weeks to over 30 Classic managed resorts throughout Australia and New Zealand, and the ability to bank and save their week for up to three years.
“We are particularly excited to offer members a subsidy on tour and cruise bookings as part of Exchange & Play,” said Ms Smith. “The demand for this type of holiday has more than trebled in the past two years among Classic members, and we’re sure that number will continue to rise.”
Recently launched in New Zealand in September, Classic Travel is another service available exclusively to Classic Holidays members, offering a one-stop-shop for personalised travel services including the best deals on flights, tours and cruises, accommodation, transfers, car hire and more.
“With benefits such as Exchange & Play and Classic Travel, there is already so much available to our new members that we want them to make the most of.”