Windsor Run Launches Facebook Page

Matthews, North Carolina—Windsor Run retirement community announced the launch of its Facebook page, http://facebook.com/WindsorRunCommunity.

“Our prospects are more tech-savvy than ever,” stated Tom Senger, Director of Sales.  “The Facebook page for Windsor Run will be a communication tool to show progress about our site work and construction, provide news about key milestones and post information about upcoming events and activities.”

Windsor Run is one of nineteen communities throughout the United States managed and developed by Erickson Living.

“We’ll also share features and human interest stories from across the Erickson Living enterprise about the people who make our communities award-winning places to live and work,” noted Mr. Senger.

The Facebook page is a complement to the Windsor Run website, www.WindsorRunCommunity.com, where users can find general information about the community, take virtual tours and view renderings of floor plan options.

“We certainly live in a digital age in which information is readily available at our finger tips.  Residents of Erickson Living take advantage of it, too,” said Mr. Senger.  “Many of our future residents and their families research the internet when it comes to senior living options.  Our Facebook page will be another excellent resource for them.” 

Construction has begun on the first phase of the continuing care retirement that will include 216 independent living apartment residences with over 30 floor plans and a 50,000 square foot clubhouse scheduled for completion in early 2018.  

About Windsor Run:  Windsor Run is one of nineteen continuing care retirement communities managed by Erickson Living.  Located in Matthews, North Carolina, the scenic 60-acre campus will offer its residents independent living, on-site medical care and future assisted living and nursing care.  Windsor Run is the ideal greater Charlotte, NC retirement destination offering a true sense of community, convenience beyond compare and a sensible financial structure.