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Westgate Resorts began in 1982 as a vacation timeshare entity with one 16-unit resort in Kissimmee, Fla. Banking on a formula that combines luxurious yet affordable suites at family centered resorts, Westgate appears to have struck vacation gold.

Now celebrating its 30th year, to say this organization has grown would be an understatement. With 27 resorts across the United States that encompass more than 10,000 luxury villas and yearly revenues of more than $813 million, Westgate Resorts claims it has become “the largest timeshare company in the world.”

Pest control companies make their names based on their ability to eliminate problems. Based on the longevity of Troy, Mich.-based Rose Pest Solutions, the company long ago established its ability to take down a great many pest problems.

Rose Pest Solutions is a pest management company with 152 years of history. Its roots reach back to the nation’s oldest pest management company, Rose Exterminator Co., which was known as Rose Rat Exterminator Co. when it was founded in 1860.

When Overstock.com first hit the Internet scene in the spring of 1999, the concept of liquidating excess inventory through an e-commerce website was still in its infancy, and Overstock.com was one of the few players in existence.

While Overstock.com can claim its role as a pioneer for e-commerce, it certainly isn’t alone anymore. There are thousands of online retail sites the Salt Lake City-based company must compete against these days, ranging from cyber extensions of traditional brick-and-mortar retailers like Bestbuy.com, all-encompassing department store-style websites like Amazon, auction sites like Ebay, or specialty niche online stores like Etsy.

Running one of the fastest-growing shopping center developers, acquirers and management companies in the country requires passion, emphasizes NewMark Merrill CEO and President Sandy Sigal, but that doesn’t mean it can’t be fun. “Our entire company is populated by people who are passionate about what we do,” he insists. “We love it. We work hard at it. It is extremely exciting.” His senior management team has been together for more than 15 years and its members trust each other implicitly, Sigal maintains.

The Kalahari Desert covers nearly 350,000 square miles in southern Africa, and although it has vast dry areas and numerous saltpans, it is not a true desert because it gets enough annual rainfall to support numerous types of plants and animals. When the owners of Kalahari Resorts adopted the Kalahari and African culture as thematic features in its resorts, they wanted to focus on the continent’s rich offerings and distinctive wildlife to provide a fresh and exciting experience for guests.

People like to be free to choose what they eat, even when it comes to selecting ingredients. And giving the customers that power has made Genghis Grill’s concept quite appealing, CEO Al Bhakta says. “The customer is in charge of their own destiny” at the chain’s locations, he declares.

The days when Joe the bartender would slosh a little whiskey in a glass with ice and cola and call it a cocktail are long gone. Today’s mixologists are lionized like the latest top chef, and their creations gain the attention formerly reserved for main entrees – which their price tags can resemble.

When visiting any type of service business, most customers expect quality in every aspect of the experience. At a restaurant, for example, patrons expect the waitstaff to be perfectly attentive, hope the food will delight the taste buds and assume every square inch of the establishment will be clean and sanitary. If any part of the operation seems dirty or unsanitary, it’s most likely that customers will go away with a negative opinion. Kaivac Inc. puts itself in the place of business owners and their employees to help with the clean part of a quality business – whether it is a restaurant or something else – allowing owners to focus on quality elsewhere. 

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