Disney Vacation Club Timeshare Makes for Optimism in Ko Olina

It seems the people of Ko Olina just need a little reassurance. And who doesn’t after the economic down spiral we have witnessed in this country?

Last week WKHON2 in Ko Olina, Hawaii ran a news segment in which both Disney Vacation Club Timeshare vice president Djuan Rivers, and Kapolei Neighborhood Board chair Maeda Timson reassured residents that the Disney Vacation Club Timeshare project is still full steam ahead.

Timson said, “Its been real apparent that the Disney project is probably the most exciting project that’s happening right now…” Rivers adds, “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.”

While Disney Vacation Club timeshare owners are no doubt anxious to learn more about the 20-plus acre hybrid resort that will feature 480 timeshare villas and 350 hotel rooms, area residents are interested in the timeshare resort as a resource for new jobs and employment opportunities.

The Disney Vacation Club timeshare certainly means a traditional range of positions will be available, such as desk clerks and hotel services. Rivers made a point of reminding people that there will also be career opportunities, adding “…people will be able to flourish”. Timson explains, “These are jobs that our folks can have careers … and it’s in our community.”

Hawaii timeshare has long been a positive for the economy of the islands and there is no doubt that the presence of Disney Vacation Club Timeshare couldn’t come at a better time or be more appreciated.

Watch this YouTube video of Disney’s groundbreaking and ground blessing at the Ko Olina resort: