CVOA teams up with Hotel Association of Canada
The Canadian Vacation Ownership Association (CVOA) and the Hotel Association of Canada (HAC) have announced they have reached a Memorandum of Understanding to begin working together as a unified force on complementary objectives.
The new agreement aligns two important industries that have the common goal of delivering hospitality and memorable hotel experiences to the travelling public.
HAC is an industry-based association focused on enhancing the prosperity of the hotel industry through strong member engagement, effective advocacy and the provision of value added programmes and services. CVOA is an industry-based association dedicated to furthering vacation ownership in Canada and throughout the world.
The objective of the agreement is to collaborate on issues of common importance including legislative, regulatory and policy matters that affect both industries. Information will be shared between the organizations so that an aligned message can be communicated to government.
Jon Zwickel, president and CEO of CVOA, said: “We are thrilled to be working alongside our colleagues at HAC as we both see this move as providing greater alignment, political strength and public visibility to our organisations.”
Susie Grynol, HAC’s president, added: “This partnership will increase our reach and ensure collaboration on key issues.
“One of HAC’s goals is to unify the industry around common objectives, and this partnership helps to serve that purpose.”