So, I work in the timeshare industry. I sell it. My wife sets up vacations, and ticket sales, and what not for people in town. If you are interested in coming to Branson for a little mini vacation I can get you set up for 3 days/ 2 nights in Branson with 2 show tickets, and dinner for $129. If you have other shows you want to see, or want to stay longer than that, I can get you discounts on the rest of your trip as well. This is an open dated trip. You have 18 months to use this trip, and can book 72 hours in advance. Be aware, 4th of July, Memorial Day, Veterans week in Branson are all high peak busy times. The further you book those weeks, the nicer your accomodations will be.
Yes, you will have to go to a timeshare presentation. **** what you've heard, those things aren't like they used to be. It's a 2 hour max time commitment, and they really aren't these pressure cookers anymore. The only pressure involved is the pressure people put on themselves because they want to buy. In fact, you will be given a card that shows the company in writing has agreed to no pressure, and a strict 2 hour time limit.
Yes, I will make a profit off of this. The timeshare company is willing to pay good money to see you, and that is how my wife makes her income. Should we book any trips through CP, of course I will make a donation to the website to cover expenses.
No. I will not be the person trying to sell you timeshare. Frankly, I wouldn't suggest anyone buy timeshare at retail prices, so I'm not advocating you actually be purchasing, and therefore wouldn't waste my time or numbers trying to talk you into doing so.
I bring all of this up with the idea of full disclosure. The fact is, coming to Branson is getting more and more costly, and frankly show tickets these days are getting close to $100 a pair, so this is a pretty rockin deal for anyone who wants to save some dough, and isn't afraid to say no.
Yes, I'm peddling my wares here, but I've been here for 8 years and have never done so. I also know that times are tough out there, and a lot of people may not be able to afford a vacation without doing something like this. So, here are the requirements. You must be 28 years of age or older, and you must make 40k a year or more. If you are 55 or older, no income requirements are made.
If you want to come to Branson, shoot me a PM, and I'll get you set up. You will have your choice of a few of the nicer hotels in town, as the company who you will be touring is one of the corporate resorts and takes good care of their guests. They're not all that way, but this one is, otherwise I probably wouldn't even throw this out there.
If for some reason I'm way off the mark and Austin, Phil, or one of the other mods isn't happy about this, just delete it and chastise me publicly.