Close up on San Diego Business Host Barry Waxler interviews Jon Fredericks of Welk Resorts.
In 1964, Lawrence Welk went for a drive in the country north of San Diego, California planning to invest in a grove of orange trees. Instead he bought a motel and a nine-hole golf course.
Today, the Welk Group operates Interval International (II) premier vacation home properties with theatre and golf in Escondido (north of San Diego), golf in Palm Springs, a luxury resort setting in Cabo San Lucas, as well as a theatre and Resort Hotel in Branson. These resorts have been honored with Gold Crown status by Resort Condominiums International, a major worldwide vacation exchange organization.
Offering locations in San Diego, Palm Springs, Branson, MO, and Cabo San Lucas Mexico.
Please visit their website to learn more about Welk Resorts at: http://welkresorts.com/
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