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WILLIAMSBURG, VIRGINIA: Humans are social beings. We anticipate and mirror each other’s movements whether we’re in sympathy or agree­ment. It’s difficult not to leak emotions to one another.

 “That’s a part of the equation, why what we have been through is contrary to life,” expressed James Gelfand, vice president at Kingsmill Resort. “Working in the hospitality business prepares you to adjust quickly to macro news of the day. Our road to full recovery may take a while, but brighter days are ahead. I have total confidence in America and its future. It’s just a matter of when.”

 Like most companies, Kingsmill Resort had to adjust its business plan and make some painful staff cuts. “How can you not be empathetic?” questioned Gelfand. “These past few months have made us all aware that there are no certainties in life or in business, and we need to be grateful for every day.”



Built for Social Distancing



Kingsmill Resort features a 3,000-acre campus layout without a high-rise tower, crowded elevator banks, or indoor corridors. “In some aspects, our resort was designed for social dis­tancing,” continued Gelfand. “Everybody has their own tolerance level. Our choice of cottages and condominiums provides the opportunity to cook your own meals, cocoon in comfort, and enjoy a multitude of outdoor activities.”

Management instituted all standard cleaning protocols and established liberal reservation cancellation and change policies. “Whether you are a couple celebrating a long weekend or a wedding party of 200, we are prepared for you,” said Gelfand. “Vacationing is healthy. It allows you to regenerate, breathe, reset your priorities, and break away. After all, attitude equals altitude in life.”

For seasonal golf packages, please visit Kingsmill.com.

 

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