Timeshare Vacations and Fitness Are a Healthy Match

September 28, 2006 (PRLEAP.COM) Travel News
Seattle, WA—The evidence is building: people who take vacations are healthier and happier than people who don't. A recent University of Pittsburgh Department of Psychiatry study suggests that taking annual vacations helps to reduce stress, a known risk factor for many diseases.

Medical professionals are not alone in recognizing the value of exercise in reducing stress. A growing number of timeshare resorts are adding fitness facilities and activities to their list of on-site amenities. In response to this market trend, Holiday Group, a Seattle-based resale timeshare company, has released a new vacation fitness page featuring timeshare resorts that encourage or facilitate healthy vacations.

"Timesharing is a great way to boost the quality of your whole vacation experience," notes Holiday Group C.O.O. Alan Renberger. "People who are looking to get away from the pressures of work need to find ways to squeeze every ounce of relaxation they can from their time off, and vacation ownership offers that.

"Another benefit of timeshare ownership," Renberger added, "is that no matter how busy people are, they will always be guaranteed at least one vacation a year." Holiday’s new Health & Fitness Vacations page may be viewed at http://www.holidaygroup.com/themes/fitness.php?pagename=hgpr4&fromId=7902.

About Holiday Group

Holiday’s online timeshare business connects thousands of vacation buyers with discount timeshares every year. Founded in 1992, Holiday was one of the first timeshare companies to host a comprehensive Web site. Holiday is headquartered in sunny Seattle. For more information, visit www.holidaygroup.com.


Geoff Klein
(800) 597-9345