Indigo Resorton Perdido Key, Florida
|DESTIN, Fla. - Oct. 29, 2003 -- ResortQuest International (NYSE:RZT)
has been named the exclusive onsite manager for the new Indigo Resort now
under construction on Perdido Key on the northwest Florida Emerald Coast.
Indigo's developers, Head Companies of Point Clear, Alabama and W. G. Yates & Sons Construction Company of Philadelphia, Mississippi, selected ResortQuest because of its strong local name and the company's ability to market the project across the globe. ResortQuest provides integrated marketing that supports its local companies. The company also has the industry's leading reservation website, http://www.resortquest.com.
"We have heard great things about ResortQuest and received recommendations from other developers," said Head Companies Richard Ogburn. "ResortQuest has a strong presence all along the gulf coast of Florida, and the company understands how to meet the needs of the homeowners, full-time residents, and vacation guests."
Indigo Resort will include spacious condominiums with gulf views, private elevator access, private pool cabanas, SMARTRESORT technology features, covered parking, a movie theater, social room, fitness center, pool, and tennis courts. For more information on the resort visit http://www.myindigohome.com.
About ResortQuest International
Florida-based ResortQuest International (NYSE:RZT - News), the first brand name and "real-time" online booking service (http://www.resortquest.com) in vacation condominium, home and villa rentals and sales, provides a one-stop resource in more than 50 premier resort destinations in the U.S. and Canada. ResortQuest is the nation's leading vacation rental property management company, based on a portfolio of approximately 20,000 vacation rental properties with a combined real estate value estimated in excess of $7.0 billion.
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