Marriott in the past has ceased management operations of several resorts and because of that, they are no longer Marriott resorts. Two are on Hilton Head Island - Swallowtail and Spicebush - and two were a part of the complex in Breckenridge, CO - Aspen and Cedar.
I don't know how it works when a contract is broken, what it means specifically for the common areas of resorts that are owned by Marriott and not the Weeks owners. And definitely, there are new ramifications with the DC as far as Weeks owned by Marriott which they've conveyed to the DC Trust. But yes, when Marriott ceases management of a resort, the Marriott name will come off of it and any Marriott Rewards-related benefits those owners are entitled to will cease. I think that the assumption on TUG is that any DC enrollment benefits will cease as well.