Every so often there's some money left and there's a fight over the carcass. But it's a cost-benefit analysis. How much money do you want to spend chasing it if there's not that much left.
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There is no question that there is a greater propensity to travel across all segments -- leisure, group and business.
There's a time-share purchase opportunity for virtually any size wallet.
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