Wyndham Vacation Ownership Timeshare and Orlando Magic in New Deal

Wyndham Vacation Ownership timeshare is partnering with the Orlando Magic in the development of a new children’s play area at Orlando’s Amway Center.

While the Atlanta Hawks (with an 84-81 Game 6 playoff defeat) may have ended the Orlando Magic’s basketball season, the Magic’s work off the court continues year-round. This week the Magic announced the signing a new, multi-year partnership with Wyndham Vacation Ownership.

Although terms of the deal were not disclosed, it does call for sponsorship by Wyndham timeshare, of the children’s play area at Orlando’s Amway Center. The play area will now officially be known as Stuff’s Magic Castle presented by Club Wyndham.

Wyndham WorldWide and Wyndham Timeshare

Wyndham timeshare is an important part of the expansive network of properties that are part of Wyndham Worldwide, which is widely known for its support of and work with three signature charities that we are supporting across the Company: Association of Hole in the Wall Camps, Christel House International and Starlight Children’s Foundation. Wherever you find Wyndham resorts, you also find them participating as a valued and contributing member of the community.

With a global network of properties including the brands: Wyndham Vacation Resorts, WorldMark by Wyndham and Wyndham Vacation Resorts Asia Pacific, there are more than 800,000 Wyndham timeshare owners.

In Florida alone, Wyndham timeshare includes 17 Florida timeshare resorts throughout the state with 8 of the resorts being in the Orlando or Daytona Beach area. These are: Orlando International Resort Club, Wyndham Bonnet Creek, Wyndham Cypress Palms, Wyndham Vacation Resorts Reunion at Orlando, Star Island and WorldMark Orlando-Kingstown Reef, as well as Wyndham Ocean Walk and WorldMark Ocean Walk in Daytona Beach.