A U.S. vacation timeshare tour is a form of sales
used by many Timeshare U.S. resorts to encourage tourist to consider purchasing a vacation Timeshare.
Most U.S. timeshare tours consist of a 90-minute tour of a vacation
Timeshare condominium resort, guided by a one or more sales persons.
Most timeshare resorts are called “tracks’ indicating
a kind of sales circle. You are first introduced to your “greeter” and taken to a table or counter and then asked
a series of questions regarding your vacation in the U.S..
After your tour of the U.S. resort, some sort of snack and drink
is offered to make you feel more relaxed, ending with one or more salespeople (and often the sales manager) sometimes
called a “closer” asking for the purchase.
Depending on the team of sales persons, many 90 minute tours end
with smiles and thanks.
companies sending the guest to a Timeshare tour normally receive some sort of referral fee, unless it was the actual resort
itself that signed the tourist up, which has resulted in a large industry involving OPC locations throughout the U.S. area.
However dull or uninteresting this all may sound, statistics have
proven that one out of ever ten tourist that go on a timeshare tour in the U.S. buy.
The reasons are many but the dominant incentive that feeds the timeshare
line in the U.S. is the year round activity of U.S. shows, golf and the beautiful surrounding U.S. lakes and
facilities. Many high valued “gifts” are given to a U.S. tourist who is willing to take a tour.
The U.S. is considered the KING of timeshare destinations because
of it’s tourist age, income and demographics.
All in all, a timeshare tour in the
U.S. is a worth while event. Tourist learn many things about the U.S. area they are touring and are rewarded generously
for taking the tour.
Literally, hundreds of dollars can be saved and many free shows,
lodging, theme park tickets ect, are given for taking only 90 minutes out of your day.
If you can save hundreds of dollars or more by going on
a timeshare tour, is it worth it? The majority of U.S. citizens say, Yes!