Breckenridge Grand Vacations offers support to Colorado fire victims |

Breckenridge Grand Vacations offers support to Colorado fire victims

Breckenridge Grand Vacations – operator of Gold Point Resort, Grand Timber Lodge and the Grand Lodge on Peak 7 – is offering help any of its 17,000 owners who have been displaced by the recent wildfires occurring around Colorado and the west by supplying at-cost lodging at any of their three resorts.

“Many of our owners live in the Front Range of Colorado, so we are very concerned for their well-being. We hope that by extending highly-discounted rooms that we can help alleviate some of the stress of our owners if they become displaced from their homes,” said Mike Millisor, owner and developer of Breckenridge Grand Vacations.

The employees of Breckenridge Grand Vacations have also joined in to help those affected by the fires through two separate fundraising efforts. Employees have started a collection of monetary donations for the Red Cross to help victims, and have also organized a drive to send food and supplies to Larimer County to help with relief efforts.

“We couldn’t be more proud of our employees that have taken it upon themselves to create two separate fundraisers to help their fellow Coloradoans,” Millisor said.

Displaced owners are encouraged to contact Grand Vacations’ Owner Relations Department at (877) 453-4440 and select option 2 for the Vacation Rentals Department. The company will be ready to assist owners in any way possible.

In order to assist with helping those affected by these fires, the company is encouraging anyone who can to donate to American Red Cross Disaster Relief. These donations enable the Red Cross to prepare for and provide shelter, food, emotional support and other assistance in response to these disasters. Additional information can be found by visiting or by calling (800) RED-CROSS.

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