Saturday, August 29, 2009

Bloomberg says Naturist property market has survived global recession

I don't have to tell everyone that it is a tough recession out there. I have never worked harder to stay full since we first opened our resort 15 years ago. Hard work does pay off. July was our 2nd busiest month in our history. So I am very thankful to all our guests from around the world for taking their vacations with us. And I know we are the ONLY hotel of ALL hotels Palm Springs that is real busy.

Here's the story:

"The U.S. naturist property market has survived the global recession because the majority of house- buyers in unclothed communities are older and don’t need mortgages, the Financial Times reported.

Naturism has grown to a $450 million industry from $400 million five years ago, primarily because of real estate values, the newspaper said, citing a spokeswoman for the American Association for Nude Recreation.

House prices in naturist communities haven’t dropped as much as those in the general market...

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As the Dickens book says, "It was the best of times, it was the worst of times..."

I know of many nudist resort owners saying this is their worst year ever.

Nudists need to support nudist resorts. They need to stop going to all the non nudist owned places in the Caribbean and Mexico. It is time to support our industry. Otherwise, when places close and nudists say there are no nice places to go to, they will have no one to blame but themselves.

If you have always wanted to try topless or nude sunbathing, now is the time. We are the most mainstream clothing optional resort in the US and perfect for couples topless or nude sunbathing for the first time.

Last year picked us as one of the 10 best clothing optional resorts in the world. And in July, Australia's major media site picked us as one of the 10 best nudist resorts in the world.

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