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Diamond Resorts in St. Louis – Lee Ann Womack and Bud Norris

Meet and greets, music and finger-lickin’ good food, of course.

Diamond Resorts officially welcomed its newest world-class sales center in downtown St. Louis on Monday, June 4, 2018 with an unforgettable grand opening celebration at the Anheuser-Busch Brewery featuring two of Diamond’s celebrity ambassadors.

Invited members and guests first met with Diamond Celebrity and St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Bud Norris, who has been on fire during his first season in the “Gateway City.” He’s 11-for-12 in save opportunities and has a 3.08 ERA and .99 WHIP with 37 strikeouts and only four walks over 26.1 innings.

Norris signed autographs on mini baseball hats and took photos with members, before fellow Diamond Celebrity and country music singer Lee Ann Womack to the stage for a private, acoustic concert.

One of Diamond’s newest ambassadors, Womack’s performance was intimate and featured several of her classic hits, including “I Hope You Dance,” along with songs off her latest album, The Lonely, The Lonesome, & The Gone. Attendees also had the opportunity to meet and take photos with the star, who showed off her raw musical talent for the excited group of members.

Diamond’s sales center is located in the heart of downtown St. Louis. As part of an affiliate agreement, Diamond members can use their points to stay at the St. Louis City Center Hotel, which is currently undergoing an exciting renovation. The hotel is perfectly positioned in the middle of the city’s action and features oversized rooms and an Olympic-sized pool. (Diamond members can book the property online now in the Member Area or by clicking here.)

During the event on Monday, Diamond Resorts leaders said they are excited to be expanding in the Midwest – and across the country. So far this year, Diamond has also expanded in Hawaii with the acquisition of The Modern Honolulu, and in Tennessee and Florida with the acquisition of the Amber Vacation Club.

It sure seems like it’s an exciting time to be a part of Diamond Resorts.