Florida resort in Port St. Lucie will remain open under new name

AND A FEW MINUTES. MIKE THANK YOU FOR AN UPDATE TONIGHT ON A STORY WE FIRST TOLD YOU LAST WEEK ABOUT CLUB MED RESORT IN PORT ST. LUCIE CLOSES ITS DOORS AND TERMINATES ITS EMPLOYEES. WE HAVE NOW LEARNED FROM THE NEW OWNERS. THE FACILITY IS NOT COMING ANYWHERE BUT THERE WILL BE SOME CHANGES ANGELA ROZIER JOINS US FROM PORT SAINT LUCIE TO EXPLAIN ACCORDING TO A STATEMENT FROM THE NEW OWNERS THE NAME WILL CHANGE BUT THE RESORT WILL STILL BE OPEN. TOURISM AND ST. LUCIE COUNTY OFFICIALS ARE PLEASED TO KNOW THAT CLUB MED RESORT IN PORT ST. LUCIE WILL REMAIN OPEN EVEN WITH SOME CHANGES IN A STATEMENT RELEASED BY NEW OWNERS ALTITUDE INTERNATIONAL HOLDINGS INC. AND IT WILL NO LONGER BEAR THE NAME OF CLUB MED. GLAD TO HEAR THIS AND THE INDUSTRY AS A WHOLE. SO WE’RE ANXIOUS TO SEE HOW THIS WILL TRANSITION. HOW IT WILL CONTINUE TO ATTRACT VISITORS FROM ALL OVER TO THE GORGEOUS CITY OF PORT ST. LUCIE AND SAINT LUCIE COUNTY CURRENT OWNERS ANNOUNCED LAST WEEK. THEY HAVE PLANNED TO CLOSE ITS DOORS IN THE FALL. AND REGARDING THE FATE OF THE APPROXIMATELY 226 EMPLOYEES AT CLUB MED SANDPIPER BAY RESORT ACCORDING TO A STATEMENT FROM THE NEW OWNERS, THE CURRENT TEAM OF CLUB MED EMPLOYEES ARE AN INCREDIBLE ASSET TO THE PROPERTY. WE WILL SOON HAVE THE OPPORTUNITY TO WORK WITH THE ALTITUDE TEAM AFTER CLUB MED CLOSES BEING ALL INCLUSIVE IS UNIQUE IN ITSELF AND YOU KNOW HAVING THIS WORLD BRAND OF CLUB MED HERE IN PORT ST. LUCIE WAS HUGE FOR US BUT I HOPE WE ALWAYS HAVE A GLOBAL BRAND HERE IN SHE WILL CONTINUE TO BE AN IMPORT SAINT LUCIE ANGEL RESORT.

The Club Med resort in Port Saint Lucie will remain open under a new name

St. Lucie County tourism officials are pleased to know that the Club Med resort in Port St. Lucie will remain open, even with a few changes. Altitude International Holdings Inc., the new owners of the resort, said the following in a press release Thursday: Altitude International Holdings, Inc. (the “Company” or “Altitude”) has signed an agreement to purchase and sell (the “Purchase Agreement”) with Sandpiper Resort Properties, Inc. and Holiday Village of Sandpiper, Inc. (collectively, “Club Med Sandpiper Bay”) on May 31, 2022. Altitude Academies, a wholly owned subsidiary of the Company , has operated at the Sandpiper Bay property for nearly 13 years, which until a recent rebrand was known as “Club Med Academies”. Upon closing of the purchase agreement, the company intends to continue and operate the complex without temporary closure. Stay Informed: WPBF 25 News Local Coverage “I’m thrilled to hear that and the industry,” said Charlotte Bireley, Director of Tourism and Marketing for St. Lucie County. “So we can’t wait to see how it evolves and how it will attract visitors from all over the beautiful city of Port St. Lucie and St. Lucie County.” The statement also states that “Although it no longer bears the Club Med name, we are delighted to see the resort grow and prosper as Altitude’s global headquarters,” said ALTD CEO Greg Breunich’s closing date is set for the end of July.The current owners announced last week that they plan to close its doors in the fall.As for the fate of the approximately 226 employees of Resort Club Med Sandpiper Bay, the new owner states that, “The current team of Club Med employees are an incredible asset to the property, comprising many years of experience, and will soon have the opportunity to work with the Altitude team, post-closing “, said Breunich. operate after the departure of Club Med and, while in operation, will undergo a major renovation which will be completed over the next two years. This is an integral part of the long-term development plan d’Altitude Interna ional Holdings, Inc. for the property,” Breunich said. “Having Club Med be all-inclusive is unique in itself and having this global brand here in Port St. Lucie was huge for but hopefully we will always have a global brand here and that it will continue to be a resort destination,” said Bireley. Follow us on social networks: Facebook | Twitter | instagram

St. Lucie County tourism officials are pleased to know that the Club Med resort in Port St. Lucie will remain open, even with a few changes.

Altitude International Holdings Inc., the resort’s new owners, said the following in a press release Thursday:

Altitude International Holdings, Inc. (the “Company” or “Altitude”) has entered into an agreement of purchase and sale (the “Purchase Agreement”) with Sandpiper Resort Properties, Inc. and Holiday Village of Sandpiper, Inc. (collectively, “Club Med Sandpiper Bay”) on May 31, 2022. Altitude Academies, a wholly owned subsidiary of the Company, has operated on the Sandpiper Bay property for nearly 13 years, which, until a recent rebranding, was known as “Club Med Academies”. “Upon closing of the purchase agreement, the company intends to continue and operate the complex without temporary closure.

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“I’m thrilled to hear that and the industry,” said Charlotte Bireley, director of tourism and marketing for St. Lucie County. “So we can’t wait to see how it evolves and how it will attract visitors from all over the beautiful city of Port St. Lucie and St. Lucie County.”

The statement also states that “While it will no longer carry the Club Med name, we are excited to see the resort grow and prosper as Altitude’s global headquarters,” said ALTD CEO Greg Breunich.

Tourism in Florida: The Club Med of Port Saint-Lucie should close and lay off 226 employees

The provisional closing date is scheduled for the end of July.

The current owners announced last week that they plan to close in the fall.

Regarding the fate of the approximately 226 employees of the Resort Club Med Sandpiper Bay, the new owner states that “the current team of Club Med employees are an incredible asset to the property, comprising many years of experience, and will soon have an opportunity to transition into working with the Altitude team, post-closing,” Breunich said.

“The resort will continue to operate after the departure of Club Med and, while in operation, will undergo a comprehensive refurbishment which will be completed over the next two years. This is an integral part of the long-term development plan of Altitude International Holdings, Inc. for ownership,” Breunich said.

“The fact that Club Med is all-inclusive is unique in itself and having this global brand here in Port St. Lucie was huge for us, but hopefully we will always have a global brand here and that it will continue to be a resort destination. Birley said.

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