Interval International promotes Miami-based Executives

Interval International has announced the promotion of two of the company’s Miami-based  executives this week.

Michelle DuChamp will take up the position of vice president of business development, and Torey Marcus has been appointed vice president of creative services.

Both are based in Miami and report to Bryan Ten Broek, senior vice president of resort sales and business development for the U.S., Canada, and Caribbean.

Michelle DuChamp oversees the development and management of a variety of products and services that enhance the value of vacation ownership, including Club Interval Gold®  which is a  flexible points-based product offered by developers at point of sale.

She will continue to head up Interval’s custom club and third-party member programs, as well as the Preferred Residences membership and exchange program. She will also be managing advertising sales for Interval World and Vacation Industry Review magazines, and overseeing  industry conference participation.  She joined Interval in 1998 as a region manager in the resort sales and service department and has held a number of increasingly responsible positions, most recently as assistant vice president.

Torey Marcus has been promoted to vice president of creative services, leading a global staff of 31 professionals. In this role, he oversees the design and production of print and digital consumer and trade magazines; business-to-business materials; and resort and consumer marketing and fulfillment items, including the various market versions of the annual Interval International Resort Directory. Marcus joined the company in 2005 as senior editor and most recently served as assistant vice president.

Commenting on the new appointments, Ten Broek said: “We’re very proud to promote Michelle and Torey and recognize the many significant contributions they have made to Interval. I’m confident they’ll enjoy continued success in their new roles.”


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