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De La Warr Group and Shore Capital USA Embark on a Joint Venture to Open New Properties

De La Warr Group, with offices in Washington D.C. and London, along with Shore Capital USA, are aggressively looking to develop new properties in Montana, Wyoming, and Arizona.

May 1 2014, 4:27pm CDT | by

Washington, DC, May 01, 2014 --(PR.com)-- De La Warr Group and Shore Capital USA are launching an aggressive campaign to locate suitable land, and develop new hotel and resort properties in the states of Montana, Wyoming, and Arizona.

Says William De La Warr, the company CEO, "These are some of the most beautiful states in the U.S. My family and I are thrilled with the prospect of relocating. The people there are wonderful, and the natural beauty is beyond measure."

Economically it looks like a winner as well. These are all states that are on an upward financial trend. More information will be forthcoming, and you can count on an announcement regarding the first property to come before the end of 2014.

"The types of properties we envision, will feel warm, yet professional. While there are slated to be a variety of styles and themed locations, they will all be welcoming for vacationers, and business travelers alike," says De La Warr.

Contact Information:
De La Warr Group
Shari Burton
(844) 644-9644
Contact via Email
delawarrgroup.com

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