Sunday, May 10, 2009

disney vacation club

Last week the WKHON2 channel in Ko Olina, Hawaii, ran a segment featuring the Disney Vacation Club Timeshare VP, Djuan Rivers and the Kapolei Neighborhood chair Maeda Timson.

The two reassured residents that the Disney Vacation Club Timeshare project will continue on, despite unfavorable economic conditions.

Timson mentioned, “It’s been real apparent that the Disney project is probably the most exciting project that’s happening right now.” He said that community members are anxious about the project and they are already looking forward to its completion.

Rivers added, “It’s my time to let people know that we are here, we are proud members of the community and we’re excited about the project finally getting started.”

Once completed, the new project will be a 20-plus acre hybrid resort that will house 480 timeshare units and 350 hotel rooms. Apart from providing leisure, the Disney Vacation Club Timeshare project will also provide employment opportunities for the community.

The facility will open up several job positions for the community, including desk clerks and hotel services. “These are jobs that our folks can have careers … and it’s in our community,” said Timson. Rivers added, “People will be able to flourish.”


1 comment:

  1. Sounds great! A lovely addition to the disney vacation experience that also contributes to the good of the community. This is why I love disney so much. They truly give back to the people.