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Old 06-26-2013, 06:28 PM   #17

Earning My Ears One At A Time
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DVD the people who sell DVC, use Disney as a sales tactic. The magic, the wonderful times, the memories.

They start buy giving you a van ride to the preview center, (not called a sales center) where you meet with your guide, (not a salesman). They give you lemonade and cookies, (how homey), then the ask you some questions, let you ask questions, show you a movie of families having a wonderful vacation experience because they spent money and bought a DVC contract.

DVC works well for some families. You need to spend the time to learn about the program before you tour, banking and borrowing, UY, availability, resale, restrictions, the different resorts, DVC seasons, and dues to name a few.

Owning causes you to spend some major money on vacations, the cost to buy a contract, the dues, the travel, the food, the extras, and the admission tickets each year.


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