North Carolina Timeshares Welcoming Labor Day Vacationers

The Convention & Visitors Bureau of Wilmington/Cape Fear Coast is getting the word out to travelers that the hotels and North Carolina timeshares are open for business and ready to welcome Labor Day vacationers.

Wilmington, North Carolina’s Historic River District & the Island Beaches of Carolina Beach, Kure Beach, and Wrightsville Beach are all back in business.

Kim Hufham, President/CEO of the New Hanover County Tourism Development Authority, explains, “We are very fortunate that Wilmington, North Carolina and the island beaches of Carolina, Kure, and Wrightsville escaped the worst of Hurricane Irene, the eye of which passed offshore on Saturday after it was downgraded to a Category 1. Our destination experienced only minimal damage from tropical storm conditions. Recovery crews went to work immediately and, in a matter of only a few hours, the beach bridges were open, our roads were clear, and the majority of our hotels and attractions were ready to welcome visitors.”

SPM Resort Management timeshares has done an excellent job of keeping timeshare owners and guests updated about the status of its coastal North Carolina timeshare resorts.

As of August 29, 2011, SPM Resorts North Carolina updates include:

The Ocean Club on Smuggler’s Beach is open to timeshare owners and guests.

The Outer Banks Beach Clubs I & II are open however, phone lines at the resort are out. To contact them email Sherri Calvert or call the SPM Resorts corporate office at (843) 238-5000.

A Place at the Beach at Atlantic Beach is open to timeshare owners and guests.

Barrier Island Station-Duck and Ocean Pines resorts are scheduled to open on Wednesday, August 31. For more information call (843) 238-5000.