About GMC Vacations

in 2009, Wyndham Vacation Resorts partenered with Gold Mountain Communications, LLC to market their promotional travel offers to past guests of the Wyndham family of hotels. This led to the creation of GMC Vacations, a subsiderary of Gold Mountian Communications, LLC. Gold Mountain Communications, LLC is a U.S. based, live operator, inbound and outbound call center, and service agency. This allows leading national corporations to outsource their customer service and sales calls.

Learn more about the company at: Gold Mountain Communications

Alexandria

Wyndham Oldtown Alexandria

Region: Southeast

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There's more than history here to explore. With its abundance of shops, boutiques, art galleries, restaurants, and tourists (not to mention hordes of older teens hanging out on Fri and Sat nights), Old Town Alexandria serves as our hip version of Georgetown over in D.C. Once you get here, you will find plenty to see, do, and eat in Old Town. Give yourself at least a day to poke around the historic district, another to see Mount Vernon and the other Potomac plantations a short drive to the south.

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Branson

Wyndham Branson at the Meadows

Region: Midwest

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Imagine a miniature Vegas without the gambling or showgirls, a G-rated destination where families outnumber swinging singles 10-to-1. Cue up the banjo-picking ambiance of the Grand Ole Opry, throw in mini-golf, assorted wax museums and theme parks, and you have Branson, Missouri, as unpretentious a place as any you'll find in the good ol' U.S.A. Now a century removed from its small-town roots as a general store/post office, Branson has mushroomed into a tourist-filled, flag-waving, live-entertainment center in the heart of Arkansas's Ozark Plateau.

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Daytona Beach

Wyndham Ocean Walk

Region: Southeast

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Daytona Beach is a town with many personalities. It is at once the self-proclaimed "World's Most Famous Beach" and "World Center of Racing," a mecca for tattooed motorcyclists and pierced Spring Breakers (though it lost its Spring Break crown to Panama City Beach), and the home of a surprisingly good art museum. Recently the city and developers spent millions to turn the beachfront area around the famous Main Street Pier into Ocean Walk Village, a redevelopment area of shops, entertainment, and resort facilities.

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Destin

Wyndham Vacation Resorts at Majestic Sun

Region: Southeast

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The major tourist destination in Florida's Panhandle, Destin and Fort Walton Beach, along with Okaloosa Island, draws beach lovers and golfers year-round. White, sandy strips stretch the entire length of what has become known as the Emerald Coast. Destin and Fort Walton Beach are home to the state's largest fishing fleet. Myriad golf courses give visitors reason to head inland as well.

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Fort Lauderdale

Wyndham Palm-Aire

Region: Southeast

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Fort Lauderdale, with its well-known strip of beaches, restaurants, bars and shops, has undergone a major transformation. Once famous (or infamous) for the annual mayhem it hosted during spring break, the Florida city now attracts a more affluent, better behaved crowd. Its 300 miles of navigable waterways and innumerable canals permit thousands of residents to anchor boats in their backyards. On land, institutions like the Museum of Art Fort Lauderdale and Museum of Discovery & Science give the city cultural resonance.

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Myrtle Beach

Wyndham Ocean Boulevard

Region: Southeast

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One of the East Coast's top vacation destinations, the Myrtle Beach-Grand Strand area draws millions of summer travelers annually to its tawny Atlantic beaches, shopping opportunities, and acres of well-manicured golf courses. A burst of development in the 1990s created a boom in restaurants, condos, and golf courses, and with a spiffy new boardwalk and promenade opened in 2010, this family-friendly resort shows no sign of slowing down. The slower-paced signs of Southern life can be found in vintage mom-and-pop restaurants in residential neighborhoods.

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Nashville

Wyndham Nashville

Region: Southeast

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They don't call Nashville "Music City" for nothing. This city loves a catchy tune, and country music isn't the only game in town -- venues stage rap, rock, jazz and gospel concerts every night -- but country is king. See Elvis' golden Cadillac and Ralph Stanley's mandolin at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, or take in a performance at Opryland. Nashville's nightlife is legendary. Honky-tonks along Broadway thump with music and beer-drinking dancers late into the night. You really should go. After all, today's starving artist could be tomorrow's Carrie Underwood.

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New Orleans

Wyndham Avenue Plaza

Region: Midsouth

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New Orleans should come with a warning label. Not about hurricanes, but about the city's seductive powers, and the never lefts -- the people who came for Mardi Gras, Jazz Fest, or a convention, fell prey to the city's magic -- and never left. They danced in Frenchmen Street clubs. They kissed in the French Quarter, ate beignets at Café du Monde. Then they ignored their tickets home. They came for a vacation -- and never left. You, too, should go, see, hear, and taste for yourself. Just don't blame us if one day you discover that you, too, never left.

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Orlando

Wyndham Bonnet Creek Resort

Region: Southeast

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It's hard to believe that Walt Disney World first opened its gates some 40 years ago. After the Magic Kingdom's unveiling back in 1971, an incredible upsurge in development immediately followed, bringing not only additional theme parks, but also a slew of smaller attractions, world-class hotels, top-notch restaurants, and premier shopping venues that all combine to ensure Orlando is indisputably one of the world's preeminent vacation destinations.

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Panama City

Wyndham Vacation Resorts Panama City Beach

Region: Southeast

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Panama City Beach, a Spring Break mecca, has long been known as the "Redneck Riviera." Millions flock here from the bordering states of Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, and Louisiana. It still has a seemingly unending strip of bars, amusement parks, and old-fashioned motels, but this lively destination also has some decent resorts and condos to go along with its 20-plus miles of sandy beaches, golf courses, fishing, boating, and fresh seafood.

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Poconos

Wyndham Resorts Shawnee Village - Crestview

Region: Northeast

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Pennsylvania is more than history lessons and Philly cheese steaks. Driving the red-barn-dotted Pennsylvania Turnpike through the state's farming heartland is an easy-on-the-eyes tonic for loosening up the shoulders and forgetting whatever stresses are plaguing you, as are the bucolic sights in Lancaster County and the babbling waters of the pretty Delaware River. And cities like Pittsburgh are dusting off their party dresses and adding some much-needed shine and shimmer by throwing a little coin into revitalization.

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Smoky Mountains

Wyndham Smoky Mountains

Region: Southeast

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Tennessee and North Carolina residents banded together in 1934, giving their land to the federal government in return for national park protection. The result was the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, a tract of over 520,000 acres of land that has become America's most visited national park. Some 9 million visitors arrive annually to stand dwarfed beneath ancient hemlocks, photograph blooming mountain laurels and hike the Appalachian Trail. When you look out onto the horizon, you'll see the magical haze that gives the Great Smoky Mountains their name.

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Wisconsin Dells

Wyndham Vacation Resorts at Glacier Canyon

Region: Northeast

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Brand-New Dell Delights. Wyndham Vacation Resorts at Glacier Canyon, located in the Glacier Canyon section of Wilderness Resort, promises you an unforgettable family experience. You'll stay at a property that assures you the same impressive list of amenities Wilderness Hotel & Golf Resort guests enjoy including six waterparks within walking distance. With so much flexibility in unit styles, you can escape with just the kids or bring the whole extended family for one amazing reunion.

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