This key demographic is regularly exchanging to timeshare resorts.
A new report suggests that in certain categories, vacation ownership is outpacing the greater hospitality industry when it comes to attracting high-income travelers. Skift’s 2017 U.S. High-Income Traveler Survey reveals that in the past 12 months, 54 percent of high-income travelers took one or no extended leisure trips (defined as six or more nights), and that 46 percent of high-income travelers had not vacationed abroad. Respondents had a combined annual household income of $100,000 or more. On the other hand, members of RCI’s luxury-tier program, The Registry Collection®
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