Helped along by its acquisition of Vacation Resorts International, the timeshare giant saw positive growth in the first part of the year.
ILG consolidated revenue increased by 8.3% year over year. Membership and Exchange segment revenue increased 4.6% Management and Rental segment revenue is up 25.7%.
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