Westgate Branson Woods, Westgate Painted Mountain Awarded with RCI Hospitality Award Designation Based on Guest Feedback

Resorts honored for customer service and hospitality

ORLANDO, Fla., December 16, 2014 – Westgate Resorts is pleased to announce that two of its resorts, Westgate Branson Woods Resort and Westgate Painted Mountain Golf Resort, have been awarded the RCI Hospitality award by RCI, the worldwide leader in vacation exchange.

This award is presented to resorts that consistently deliver outstanding customer service and hospitality to vacation exchange guests. These resorts have attained high scores in guest arrival/departure processes as well as providing a hospitality atmosphere during the vacation experience as judged by RCI Subscribing Member Comment Card scores.

“We are honored to receive this prestigious recognition from RCI,” stated David Siegel, founder and CEO of Westgate Resorts. “The entire Westgate team strives to provide an unparalleled vacation experience for our guests and we are most proud of our staffs at Westgate Branson Woods Resort and Westgate Painted Mountain Golf Resort for setting the bar of excellence with their outstanding customer service.”

Ideally located on 145 beautiful wooded acres in the heart of the Ozark Mountains, Westgate Branson Woods Resort provides easy access to spectacular lakes, championship golf courses, outlet malls and amazing live shows. A beautiful, desert landscaped resort, Westgate Painted Mountain Golf Resort lies within the magnificent Sonoran Desert – all within minutes of area attractions, restaurants and a championship golf course.

“RCI’s Resort Recognition Program helps ensure that our RCI affiliated properties meet our standards for quality in accommodations, hospitality and member experience,” said Gordon Gurnik, president of RCI. “We are thrilled to recognize those who have attained this designation and continue to work to offer high-quality vacation experiences to RCI subscribing members.”

About Westgate Resorts
Founded in 1982 by David A. Siegel, Westgate Resorts is one of the largest resort developers in the United States. Westgate features 27 themed destination resorts with over 13,000 luxury villas in premier locations throughout the United States such as Miami, Florida; Orlando, Florida; Park City, Utah; Las Vegas, Nevada; Gatlinburg, Tennessee; Myrtle Beach, South Carolina; Williamsburg, Virginia; Branson, Missouri; Mesa, Arizona; and Tunica, Mississippi. Most Westgate Resorts locations feature a variety of unique restaurant, retail and spa concepts, including Drafts Sports Bar & Grill, Westgate Smokehouse Grill, Edge Steakhouse, Westgate Marketplace & Deli, and Serenity Spa by Westgate. For more information about Westgate Resorts, visit www.westgatedestinations.com.

About RCI
RCI is the worldwide leader in vacation exchange with nearly 4,500 affiliated resorts in more than 100 countries. RCI pioneered the concept of vacation exchange in 1974, offering members increased flexibility and versatility with their vacation ownership experience. Today, through the RCI Weeks® program, the week-for-week exchange system, and the RCI Points® program, the industry’s first global points-based exchange system, RCI provides flexible vacation options to its approximately 3.7 million RCI subscribing members each year. RCI’s luxury exchange program, The Registry Collection®, is the world’s largest program of its kind with approximately 200 affiliated properties either accessible for exchange or under development on six continents. RCI is part of Wyndham Exchange & Rentals and the Wyndham Worldwide family of brands (NYSE: WYN). For additional information visit our media center, rciaffiliates.com or The RCI Blog. RCI also can be found on Facebook, YouTube and Twitter.

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