National magazine touts the luxury and amenity of VSA Resorts

July 23, 2019 . . .VIRGINIA BEACH, VA – Resorts Trades magazine recognized Virginia Beach-based VSA Resorts for its outstanding value, service and atmosphere.

The nationally published article details funs facts, company history and profiles of key leadership.

Resort Trades is distributed monthly to every resort in the U.S., as well as to a subscriber-base of senior-level executives at development, management and timeshare-related travel companies.

The publication also offers display advertising, classified advertising, directory listings, as well as monthly industry news and press releases, global analysis articles and in-depth interviews with industry professionals and business leaders.

“There are many corporate characteristics that make us unique,” said CEO Lori Overholt in the article about VSA Resorts. “At VSA we continuously focus on our mission of providing positive, memorable experiences for our owners and guests.”

“What’s not to love about fulfilling vacation dreams? Our entire staff has a truly positive attitude about our business and life in general,” Overholt said. “For us, it is paramount to deliver the best customer and employee experience.”

The headline captures the heart of the mission driving VSA forward: VSA Resorts: Value, Service, Atmosphere, The Premier Independent Management Company of Virginia Beach.

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About VSA Resorts:
Resorts is a three-property hospitality and vacation ownership company dedicated to building positive, memorable experiences for owners and guests through Value, Service and Atmosphere.  Located in popular tourist destination Virginia Beach, Virginia, VSA Resorts entered the vacation ownership business in 1990 with the Ocean Key Resort  and Atrium Resorts .  The Ocean Sands Resort  was acquired in 1998.  VSA Resorts employs nearly 100 people and has an owner membership of over 13,000.  In 2013, VSA Association Management was created to provide the same quality management services to homeowner associations.