Sharing traditions can help families stay strong.

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Posted: Wednesday, May 23, 2012 7:44 am

(NAPSI)—Sharing traditions can help families stay strong. Whether it’s meeting for a weekly dinner, celebrating birthdays or taking vacations together, sharing enjoyable experiences is a great way to strengthen bonds.

For many families, vacationing together generates many lasting memories. For example, the Sayers family has enjoyed 15 years of ownership at Disney’s Old Key West Resort in Orlando, Florida. From celebrating Dad’s 74th birthday, to watching the kids’ eyes light up at Disney’s Animal Kingdom, to holding hands in anticipation of their vacation, this family has never looked back.

“We started a family tradition that’s encompassed four generations by becoming Disney Vacation Club Members,” said Donald Sayers of Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, whose family was named May Timeshare of the Month winners.

With a satisfaction rate of 85 percent and an occupancy rate that outpaces hotels by more than 20 percent, timeshares are a popular way for families to vacation together. To learn more, visit www.VacationBetter.org.

 

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