Resort Trades rebrands monthly online newsletter

Resort Trades, the timeshare industry’s news journal, says revised website and RESORT NATION play vital communications role.

Resort Trades and the newly redesigned, timeshare’s independent B2B media outlet, announced the rebranding of their monthly online e-newsletter to RESORT NATION. The publication is sent to more than 20,000 resort professionals each month and serves the industry as an independent and impartial online community resource.

“Since 1987, the Resort Trades family of publications has brought useful, original content to resort professionals at every resort in the U.S., as well as Canada and Mexico,” says Publisher Sharon Scott, RRP. “People can sign up to receive RESORT NATION monthly via email on our revised website at”

RESORT NATION’s mission is to assist resort operators in running their properties more efficiently, raising their revenues more effectively and making better-informed business decisions. “We do have a higher purpose in this,” says Scott. “We’d like to extend an invitation to everyone to join us on Facebook (@TheResortTrades) so readers can communicate with one another and join one another in supporting and improving our industry. The resort industry can only remain great as we communicate and continue our rich tradition of sharing useful information and news with one another.”

About Resort Trades’ 21st Century communications tools

Tabloid-sized Resort Trades news journal was established in 1987 and today, the monthly print publication is mailed free-of-charge to every resort in the United States and to a subscriber list of almost 7,000 individual timeshare resort professionals. The website was launched in the mid-90s and consistently achieves first page, first-position search engine ranking. RESORT NATION distributes an eponymous monthly newsletter and manages an online community of like-minded resort professionals who seek to improve themselves, their place of work and the industry as a whole.

Advertising: Marla Maertins, 1- 931-484-8819;
Digital Enterprise: Carrie Vandever, 1- 931-484-8819;
Editorial: Sharon Scott, RRP; 1-310-923-1269;
CEO: Tim Wilson;