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Owner’s Meeting??

Discussion in 'Vistana Signature Experiences (formerly Starwood)' started by KACTravels, Dec 4, 2018.

  1. KACTravels

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    We are in Ka’anapali and will be here during the ANNUAL Owner’s Association meeting next week. Has anyone ever attended one? Is it a waste of time or worth going?
     
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    It is a straight up sales presentation - I wouldn't go.
     
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    Sorry for the confusion on my question, I meant the Owner’s Association Annual Meeting.
     
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    I would go. I have attended one before and learned a lot, as well as met some board members and the GM at the time. Very worthwhile.
     
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    I went once, and I didn't find it informative - maybe they've changed. At the meeting I went to, there were no board members present - they were all on speaker phone. They had an agenda which they rushed through, and any participation/questions from owners were brushed over. It really felt like they were just going through the motions. That being said, if I were going to be there anyway and I was free that day, I'd probably give it and chance and go, just to see if there was anything worth while being discussed.
     

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