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In his second "Executive Decision" segment, Cramer sat down with Michael Brown, CEO of Wyndham Destinations (WYND) - Get Report , the time-share arm of Wyndham Worldwide, which recently spun off Wyndham Hotels (WH) - Get Report , a segment that was featured on Monday's Mad Money.
Brown said that Wyndham is now a pure-play on vacation time-share destinations, an industry that's as strong as ever. Today's vacationers want space, amenities and consistency, he said, and Wyndham caters to the everyday traveler, which is the market's biggest segment.
In addition to allowing customers to lock in future vacations at today's rates, Wyhdham also sees big opportunities in the secondary markets when timeshare owners decide to make their exits.
When asked about their balance sheet, Brown said his company will be making modest debt repayments, but also returning cash to shareholders via a $1.64 a share dividend and through stock buyback programs.
Cramer said investors looking for a company that's unlocking value should consider Wyndham Destinations.
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