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Unlimited Vacation Club by AMResorts (UVC) Achieves 20,000 Active Members Mark

Unlimited Vacation Club by AMResorts (UVC) is pleased to announce that it has achieved a major milestone – there are now over 20,000 active Vacation Club members. UVC keeps growing and growing as consumers learn of all the benefits UVC offers its members and the surpassing value of UVC membership.

This achievement is all the more impressive when you consider that sales and marketing operations in all AMRresort hotels and offsite sales centers have been active only for three years – a new record for vacation ownership in the region. This unprecedented accomplishment signifies only that vacationers see tremendous value in UVC’s Exceptional Privileges at Extraordinary Resorts.

“I wish to acknowledge AMResorts, Hotel Operations and our over 1,200 Club representatives for their vote of confidence and commitment to quality for UVC Members,” said Jorge Herrera, founding managing director of UVC. “As we continue to grow along with AMResorts flags, our pledge to recognize and reward our faithful members remains strong; hotel owners and the management company will see increasing occupancy by UVC members and their guests in our hotels and new business opportunities and models will be created,” Jorge continued.

The UVC is an exclusive travel club whose participants can take advantage of guaranteed preferred rates at AMResorts properties throughout Mexico and the Caribbean. Members enjoy recognition and benefits at all of the AMResorts brands – Zotry Wellness & Spa Resorts, Secrets Resorts & Spas, Breathless Resorts & Spa, Dreams Resorts & Spas, Now Resorts & Spas and Sunscape Resorts & Spas. AMResorts offers upscale travel experiences ranging from adult destinations to wellness resorts and family-oriented properties in exciting destinations including Cancun’s Mayan Riviera, Punta Cana in the Dominican Republic, Los Cabos and Cozumel in Mexico, and Curacao.

Through a variety of participation levels, discerning travelers can enjoy discounted pricing and free hotel stays. In addition, participants can take advantage of discounted rates for a variety of room types at different AMResorts properties.

About Unlimited Vacation Club

Unlimited Vacation Club is a member program The Unlimited Vacation Club by AMResorts is an exclusive travel club whose members VIP privileges at AMResorts properties in Mexico and the Caribbean including guaranteed preferred rates and special offers. www.unlimitedvacationclub.com

Through a variety of participation levels discerning travelers can earn free nights stays at luxurious resorts and access to exclusive partner offers. In addition, participants can take advantage of discounted rates for a variety of room types at different AMResorts properties.

AMResorts’ brands include a wide variety of upscale travel experiences from adult destinations to wellness resorts and family-oriented properties.

About AMResorts

AMResorts is the fastest-growing provider of sales, marketing and brand management services to six individually unique concept resort brands with 32 properties throughout Mexico, Jamaica, Curaao and the Dominican Republic, where everything is included: luxurious and boutique Zotry? Wellness & Spa Resorts; adults-only Secrets? Resorts & Spas ; recently launched Breathless Resorts & Spas ; family friendly Dreams? Resorts & Spas, vibrant Now? Resorts & Spas and fun-filled Sunscape? Resorts & Spas.

AAA Five Diamond designated Zotry Paraiso de la Bonita Riviera Maya and Secrets Marquis Los Cabos are members of Leading Hotels of the World.

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