Orlando, Fla. – Club Trust, a timeshare and vacation ownership company operating under the trade name staySky Vacation Clubs, recently announced it will expand its company and add 88 new jobs to its workforce.
In addition to its existing 54 jobs in Orlando, the company’s new positions will be in the areas of administration, accounting, finance, sales, marketing, management and development. StaySky currently employs more than 300 Floridians across the state.
“Club Trust’s decision to expand in Orlando is a strong indication of our region’s viability as a prime business location,” said Rick Weddle, president and CEO of the Orlando Economic Development Commission.
Florida Governor Rick Scott was also on hand for the announcement at one of staySky’s resort locations in Orlando.
“We are excited to celebrate the creation of 88 new jobs in Orlando today thanks to Club Trust’s expansion. Club Trust chose Florida over locations in New York, Massachusetts, and Georgia because our state is the best place to succeed. Visitors are coming to Florida at record levels, which means more opportunities for companies like Club Trust to grow and create jobs for our families,” said Scott.
John Gordon, CEO of staySky and Club Trust, said, “Nothing makes us happier than being able to provide our guests with the best vacations and service possible, and Orlando has proven to be a great destination to meet those needs. We are proud of the excellent work our team does every day, and we are excited to welcome these 88 new team members to Club Trust.”
The project was made possible through strong partnerships between Enterprise Florida, Inc., the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity, City of Orlando and the Orlando Economic Development Commission.