December 17, 2007



Sell My Timeshare Now


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Steve Luba--

With Aruban authorities possibly closing the investigation into the disappearance of missing Alabama teen, Natalee Holloway, efforts are being quietly ramped up by Texas EquuSearch to "bring Natalee home".

New Hampshire-based timeshare resale and timeshare rental advertising company, Sell My Timeshare NOW, has found a small way to assist with the search.

(Source)--Dover, NH (PRWEB) December 17, 2007 -- The CEO of Sell My Timeshare NOW, Jason Tremblay, is the first to say that no one should ever have to use timeshare resort property for a reason as sad as this one. Tremblay's company is providing a two-bedroom timeshare to the members of the Texas-based search team, EquuSearch, who are in Aruba this week, continuing the search for Natalee Holloway.

"I am not trained to know how to assist in a missing persons search, but our company, Sell My Timeshare NOW, has found a small way to help by donating comfortable accommodations for the skilled members of EquuSearch who are in Aruba looking for Natalee Holloway now."

EquuSearch is the Texas EquuSearch Mounted Search and Recovery Team, a non-profit organization, started in August, 2000, to provide volunteer horse-mounted search and recovery for lost and missing persons. Since that time, EquuSearch, funded entirely through donations, has expanded to include the search skills of divers, helicopters, dog teams, infrared photography and a variety of other sophisticated search tools. EquuSearch is presently conducting a deep water search off the coast of Aruba with the stated mission, "to bring Natalee home".

Aruban authorities are saying they may close the missing persons case at the end of December if there is no further evidence found to link suspects in the case to Natalee's disappearance or if no new evidence is uncovered. The Holloway family attorney, John Q. Kelly, has stated that he believes there is strong circumstantial evidence to link the three suspects in the case, but without something new, this case could be closed by the end of the year.

Jason Tremblay, whose company helps timeshare owners market and advertise their property as a timeshare rental or timeshare resale, says, "The search crew was planning to sleep on the search boat each night, but it only made sense that a hot shower and a comfortable bed at the timeshare makes it easier for them to maintain their stamina and focus."

Tremblay adds, "There are many reasons to need a timeshare condo, but I can't think of one any sadder than this. The thoughts and prayers of everyone at Sell My Timeshare NOW are with Natalee Holloway's family and with the search team.

Texas EquuSearch and Underwater Expedition are conducting the deep-water search with the equipment and vessel provided by John Silvetti and the Silvetti Group.


Underwater said...

A friend in need is a friend indeed. A good hot shower and a good night sleep re-energize you to be much more clear mind and alert when you are in the enemy's water looking for Natalee. So far the Friends of Natalee are working well together in works, words, prayers, gifts and love. We will find Natalee soon. With good weather like this, maybe tomorrow we will find her.

me kept sneezing said...

I kept calculating the odds, by my skills, lucks and persistence, I can sure locate a third of Natalee's remains on the seabed. The crab cage might had been damaged by the boat's propeller, but I can still be able to know where she is resting on the floor. By God's guiding light, we maybe find Natalee whole. I can see her blood at my fingertip crying for justice.

pixel picker said...

When the waveforms on the LCDscope racing across your eyeballs, your built-in human machine inteface and your hands-on experience will prompt you to click the mouse and accumulate the survey test points. The STP will help your insight and intuition to mark out an polygon area for your ROV to search for Natalee. Triangle by Triangle, you have a 0.33 or more probability to locate the crab cage.

system engineer said...

You clench your fingers together, close your eyes lightly for a second to concentrate. The face of Natalee's picture appears brighter. You look at the sonar mapping and you can tell yourself where you have to look first.

lousw said...

Jason Tremblay is just one of a group of people that has been 'chosen' to undertake this enormous task of finding Natalee.

There are insufficient words to properly thank these people who have given of their time to prove to the world that a young woman does matter - that her life has meaning - that love for one another is not just a phrase.

The Persistence blogsite, The Search for Natalee, , has some wonderful comments that all should read.