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Windsor Essex Capitalizing on their
recent news confirming 855 new retiree residents have relocated to the region
and invested $228 million in housing, Krista Del Gatto, President of WEARCI and
Executive Officer of The Windsor-Essex County Real Estate Board announced today
WEARCI will host their first RetireHere Show and Seminar in Toronto, September
In pre-show advertising that invites the age 50-plus consumer to 'Discover Your
Nest Egg Potential,' WEARCI is targeting a select number of homeowners in the
GTA owning real estate valued at $500,000 or more with household incomes of at
"We're planning a show that focuses exclusively on the 100 Mile
Peninsula's unique lifestyle and amenities, affordable prime real estate
options and the growing trend to relocate to our region," emphasized Ms.
Del Gatto. "Our goal is to bring twenty partners together and showcase all
nine municipalities, retirement communities, new housing developments and
health care services. Information that affluent boomers, ready to cash out of
the GTA, need before they'll visit our region," added Del Gatto.
Attendance at the RetireHere Show will be limited to 1,000 guests daily, in
order to provide visitors identified as high-relocation prospects, access to
wealth-planning seminars small business opportunities and one-on-one
conversations with recent new residents who will share testimonials about the
Partners in the show to date include the WindsorEssex Development Corporation,
Tourism WindsorEssex Pelee Island, Windsor Family Credit Union, BK Cornerstone
Design / Coopers Mill Retirement Community, Bob Lo Developments, the towns of
Leamington and Kingsville, The Windsor-Essex County Real Estate Board and
Highlighting the show and adding an experiential flair to the event will be a
daily wine and food pairing featuring Essex County wines and local foods.
"We've been conducting pre-show surveys through our data base of
respondents in the GTA to determine interest in WindsorEssex and the
show," said Ms. Del Gatto. "The response has been very positive with
90% indicating they will attend and several adding comments that this type of
show is needed in their area," she added.
WEARCI will host the RetireHere Show in the 6,000 sq.ft. Commonwealth Ballroom
at the Toronto Don Valley Hotel and Suites located on Eglinton near the Don