Adeprotur promotes the integral development and sustainable growth of the timeshare industry in Riviera Nayarit and Puerto Vallarta through a strict ethical code and high standards of commercialization. It advises the providers of timeshares as they develop and helps with the commercialization of their product by informing them of, and guiding them through, the programs and plan which have been put in place to regularize and demystify the industry as a whole. The 2015 – 2017 board is made up of a President, Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer, and four Chairpersons.
Adeprotur and transparency
By encouraging ethics and professionalism in the industry through transparency of process from advertising to the point of sale Adeprotur makes the vacation club and timeshare industries less intimidating to the uninitiated. Adeprotur seeks to do all of this by defining a voluntary code of conduct which stipulates integrity and sustainability in all growth within the sector. The end aim is to promote a culture of innovation and ethical growth which will benefit the region at large.
Adeprotur was created in 1986 by five founders which shared the vision of regulating, standardizing, and creating transparency within the timeshare and vacation club industries within Banderas Bay. Currently it has no less that 24 associates, and enjoys contracts and agreements with the federal government and private companies. Of course, their short term objective is to support the many vacation clubs in the region through their affiliates thereby standardizing a certain level of service.
Timeshare in Puerto Vallarta and Riviera Nayarit
This is so very important because of the value that timeshares bring to the area, but also because of the damage done to the industry’s reputation in its early days. Systematic procedures were developed by the association in the 1980’s to enable the commercialization of any property (at the time 180 or so properties, but today there are over 500 timeshare developments in the country).
The value in this industry lies not just in the continual investments into infrastructure that they generate, but in the repeat nature of the tourism they bring in. This is invaluable to the economy of many tourist towns.