Be careful! In Phoenix we went to their presentation after receiving their letter. Time ran a little over the alleged hour, but not too bad. You watch a film on their vacation packages that allegedly save you about 50 %. After the presentation, a guy, the boss, comes out and gives you a speech. He thinks he is a comedian, laughs and jokes as he is trying to sell you. Fine, no problem. After the film your sales person comes out gives you his sales pitch, you say no, then the TO (turn over) to the Boss comes to your table. He asks which plan you are interested in. You ask him to see a contract. His demeanor completely changes. You think he is going to grab you by the throat (I wish he would have). He tells you no, in a snotty manner. You ask why, is it a secret, I want to show it to my attorney. He jumps up and says, I don't have time for this, get rid of them. This a*****e's name is John and he is just a West Virginian Thug, or maybe I should just say a f*g, he would not make it as a thug where I come from.
They will have you sign a blue letter that should have been given to you when you entered. It has all kinds of conditions regarding your gift; in my case it was airline tickets. You could lose your $100.00 on tickets if they give you a different date than your original date (you have to give them two dates) and you cannot go. You have to give them a 90-day notice, and they are allowed to substitute a different gift and it is subject to availability. The plan might be ok, but I see too many horror stories for me to invest over ten grand. Hope this helps you, be careful. If you want a copy of their letter, email me and I will send it to you. If you buy a Time Share, you get a deed. With this, if they go under, you get screwed (out ten grand plus)! Remember, if you buy, you are doing a good thing, you are supporting his four college boys who are probably dumb as rocks if he is their real father.