Visit NC’s André Nabors, along with partners from Edenton, promoted North Carolina as a retirement destination at the Ideal-Living Resort & Retirement Expo in Bridgewater, N.J., last weekend.
The Expo drew more than 750 potential retirees from the region who were interested in exploring opportunities and conversing with exhibitors.
Attendees talked with experts from towns and community developers to gain insights and get answers to help plan, design and enjoy their retirement. North Carolina has consistently been one of the most requested states by the attendees.
Visit North Carolina attended the Expo to continue its efforts to promote the N.C. Certified Retirement Community Program, which consists of Carteret County, Edenton, Elizabeth City, Jamestown/High Point, Johnston County, Laurinburg, Lenoir, Lumberton, Marion, Mount Airy, New Bern, Reidsville, Roanoke Rapids, Salisbury, Tarboro, Washington, and Winterville.
For more information about the Certified Retirement Community Program or Visit North Carolina’s marketing initiatives for retirement relocation, contact André Nabors at (919) 447-7771.
Story courtesy Visit NC NewsLink, a weekly e-newsletter from the Economic Development Partnership of North Carolina. NewsLink provides information to nearly 4,800 tourism industry leaders, media and government representatives across the state. It distributes valuable information on Visit NC’s marketing and promotional efforts, tourism-related research, state, national and international trends, media leads, updates on conferences and events, and more.