Holiday Inn and Orange Lake Resort Timeshare Play Special Roles In Olympics

Orange Lake Timeshare Employees at London Olympics
Shirley Bolin (l) and Cathy Duncan (r) from Orange Lake Resort timeshare participate in Olympic Torch Relay
IHG brand Holiday Inn the official hotel provider to the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games and the company’s timeshare brand, Holiday Inn Club Vacations and its Orange Lake Resort timeshare are also playing a special role.
Orange Lake Resort timeshare, a Holiday Inn Club Vacations resort in Orlando, Florida, was well represented in the Olympic torch relay by Shirley Bolin, a 28-year employee of Orange Lake and Cathy Duncan, a 15-year employee of the company. Both Bolin and Duncan ran segments of the torch relay; Bolin on June 1 in Astwood Bank, Redditch England and Duncan on June 2, in Rugby, Warwickshire, England.

Not only is Holiday Inn the Official Hotel Services Provider to the London 2012 Olympics and Paralymic Games,  and a supporting partner for the London 2012 Olympic Torch Relay, but the company is  providing management services for the Athletes Villas, which is the first time a hotel has been appointed to this role.

Orange Lake Timeshare Employees and the Olympic Torch Relay

Shirley Bolin is the photographer at Orange Lake Resort. Cathy Duncan is the manager of corporate events. Each was nominated based on her commitment to local communities, environmental preservation, and inspiration to others.

The Olympic torch stayed in IHG hotels for more than 40 nights during the relay. Follow this link to visit Holiday Inn’s official portal website for the Olympics 2012: