Canadian Resort and Travel Association Names New Board Members

Canadian Resort and Travel Association (CRTA) has announced the installation of five new Board Members. The CRTA is dedicated to furthering Vacation Ownership in Canada and throughout the entire world.

At the GNEX-CRTA meeting, the New Board of Directors include Michelle DuChamp (Vacatia), Alex Glover (Vacation Innovations), Georgi Bohrod Gordon (GBG & Associates), David McDonald (RCI), and Gordon McClendon (SPI).

These new leaders join existing Board Members Derek Beaudoin (Canadian ICR), Paul Mattimoe (Intuition Brand Marketing), Gord Minor (Wyndham Destinations), Jeremy Moser (LaTour Hotels & Resorts), Gerardo Rioseco (Posadas) and Warren Smith (Living Water Resorts). The board now have eleven experts with a wide and diverse knowledge base.

CRTA President and CEO, Gaetan Babin RRP, commented:

“CRTA Members provide developers and consumers of vacation ownership products informed advice, sound intelligence, and advocacy. Our Board represents professionals from all different sectors of our industry as do our members at large. With this new energy we are all ready to create fresh opportunities for our members and Canadian timeshare owners.”

The Canadian Resort and Travel Association member base features various Resorts, Timeshares, Vacation Clubs, Developers, HOAs, Exchange Companies, Management Companies, Financial Servicing Companies, Resale Companies, Marketing Companies, and Suppliers. It also includes Industry Associations and Professionals who offer their services within the industry.

The GNEX-CRTA conference is best known for setting a positive environment for acquiring new business. The event ran from September 19 through 21, 2022. Those who attended the event were able to experience a number of unique sessions and networking events created especially for the conference. Plus, they could interact with top-level executives from all areas of the resort and hotel industry.

The trade association’s Code of Ethics is based on the highest standards in the Industry so that consumers can feel confident that all Members abide by its code. Travelers can go to CRTA as be assured that the Destinations offer good ethical and transparent practices, resulting in better experiences and memories to last a lifetime.

Learn more about The Canadian Resort and Travel Association on their website.