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- May 30, 2008 at 1:16 am #257870Guest
can travel free if you attend Timeshare presentations and
> endure the 90 miute tour (that actually lasts hours?)My family and I took one of those trips two years ago. The company was
Etour and Travel. We went to Orlando and to Daytona Beach. We could
have also went to Key West but didn’t have enough vacation time.Except for the two timeshare speeches we did have a great time and
probably wouldn’t have been able to go otherwise.
The timeshare “guys” were EXTREME salesmen! So be ready for a reallyhard sell. They want you to sign papers that day, no time to think
things over. We knew ahead of time that we had no intention of buying
into it, but would listen anyway.The key is that whatever amount of time they say it will last, make
them stick to it. If they try to go longer, you have no obligation to
stay and listen.We probably wouldn’t do it again anytime soon, but we don’t regret
going. We had a great family vacation with lots of photos and lots of
great memories.(the salesman in Daytona was a 50 yr. old surfer-dude–really quite
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