Orange Lake Resorts’ $500 Million Credit Facility

Greenberg Traurig, LLP represented Orange Lake Resorts—home to the Holiday Inn Club Vacations® brand—in connection with a new 5-year, $500 million revolving credit facility.

Established by Holiday Inn® founder Kemmons Wilson, Orange Lake Resorts operates 28 resort properties and 7,600 villas in the United States.

SunTrust Robinson Humphrey, Inc., Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Smith Incorporated, JP Morgan Chase Bank, N.A., Regions Bank and Citizens Bank, N.A., acted as Joint Lead Arrangers for the new revolving credit facility. SunTrust Bank will serve as the Administrative Agent. The law firm Greenberg Traurig, LLP represented Orange Lake Resorts in this transaction.

The Greenberg Traurig timeshare group was led by Shareholders Jim Mace (Picture), Todd A. Miller (Orlando and Tampa) and Andrew R. Finkelstein (Orlando and Tampa), with support from Shareholders Steve Mastbaum (New York), Jason C. McDonald (Orlando), Brian H. Blaney (Phoenix), Ed Chansky (Las Vegas), Christopher R. Miltenberger (Las Vegas), Christopher J. Neumann (Denver), Stephen M. Pepper (New York), and Thomas Woolsey (Dallas); Of Counsel Richard M. Caron (Orlando); and Associates Bruce T. Lower (Orlando), and James R. Martin (New York).

Involved fees earner: Brian Blaney – Greenberg Traurig; Richard Caron – Greenberg Traurig; Ed Chansky – Greenberg Traurig; Andrew Finkelstein – Greenberg Traurig; Bruce Lower – Greenberg Traurig; Jim Mace – Greenberg Traurig; James Martin – Greenberg Traurig; Steve Mastbaum – Greenberg Traurig; Jason McDonald – Greenberg Traurig; Todd Miller – Greenberg Traurig; Christopher Miltenberger – Greenberg Traurig; Christopher Neumann – Greenberg Traurig; Stephen Pepper – Greenberg Traurig; Thomas Woolsey – Greenberg Traurig;

Law Firms: Greenberg Traurig;

Clients: Orange Lake Resorts ;


Author: Ambrogio Visconti