In Episode 027, we meet Debbie Ely who is not only our DVC neighbor but she also a timeshare industry insider. Debbie has worked in the timeshare industry for 20+ years and is a proud member of the Disney Vacation Club. We learn about her buying into DVC and her biggest regret as a DVC member. Hint! It’s not, “I should have bought sooner.” We also learn about the history of Vacation Club Loans and how they may be of service to our fellow members.
Air Date – June 13th, 2019 Are you #TeamKidani or #TeamJambo? In this week's show, we start our discussion of Animal Kingdom Villas – Kidani Village and Jambo House. On this week's episode, we have two special guests. Tom Voss from Welcome Home Podcast and...
On the June 7th weekly live show we’re talking with Richard and Sarah from Skywalking Through Neverland! We recorded the show on the 7th day Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge was open and the couple had already made two visits to Batuu. Join us as we discuss restaurants, bars, merchandise, cast members and the Millennium Falcon attraction: Smuggler’s Run!
Episode 018 – DVC Member Interview with Russ Clark, Owner at SSR, AUL and PVB. If you’ve ever used Google to search for information about DVC, you can almost bet that you have surfed over to DVCinfo.com. Google ranks the site highly for all things DVC. You’ve read the pages, but what do you know about the people behind the site? Join the conversation as Russ explains his DVC journey and share a lot of great tips on DVC RCI Exchanges!
In episode 011, we meet Nick Cotton, founder of #1 Disney Vacation Club resale agency: DVC Resale Market. Nick shares his backstory as a former Disney cast member in industrial engineering and his work as a guide for Disney Vacation Club. Nick studied industrial engineering in a college. A college professor set the career in motion when they shared a recruitment video from Disney’s industrial engineering program.
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