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SpringShire to host open house on July 18


Monday, July 9, 2018

SpringShire, a new retirement community coming to Greenville, will hold an open house at its information center on July 18 from 11:30 am to 1:30 pm.

SpringShire officials said that the open house is a way to “leisurely explore options for retirement living that suits active lifestyles.”

Guests will have the opportunity to view the SpringShire virtual tour, which showcases living options – from estate homes and villas to a variety of apartment-style homes. Guests also will have the opportunity to meet the SpringShire sales team, along with special guest, Kyle Dilday, vice president of operations for Retirement Living Associates Inc. Dilday, an eastern North Carolina native, has extensive experience in the retirement living arena.

“Don’t be caught without a plan,” Dilday said. “Our open house is the perfect way to see your options for retirement living and learn about SpringShire’s quality on-site healthcare where residents can accrue up to 60 complimentary days in the health center.”

As a not-for-profit continuing care community, SpringShire residents will have the benefits of independent living in their homes. In addition, SpringShire will feature a variety of services and amenities such as dining venues, a fitness center and indoor pool, a movie theater, card rooms, as well as nature trails. If and when the need arises, SpringShire residents will have access to healthcare within the community including assisted living, memory care and skilled nursing.

“The Greenville area is growing at a rapid pace. With the existing population aging and retirees relocating here to be closer to family, the need for additional quality retirement living is growing,” said David Ammons, president of RLA.

“SpringShire’s 100 percent refundable reservation is a risk-free investment that ensures that when the need arises, there is a place that will allow you to continue the lifestyle you’re accustomed to with quality on-site healthcare that gives peace of mind to you and your family,” he said.

Those who would like to attend the open house should call 565-7377 by July 16.

The address for SpringShire Information Center is 3404 N.C. 43 North, Greenville.


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