Beth Kuberka, from left, communications and marketing director for Tellico Village; Rachel Baker, Loudon County Visitors Bureau executive director; Ramay Winchester, Retire Tennessee director; and Joseph Ayers, WindRiver executive vice president, accept the seal of approval from the American Association of Retirement Communities.
For the third year in a row, Retire Loudon County has received the seal of approval from the American Association of Retirement Communities.
The seal is presented annually to recipients that demonstrate, “a cutting-edge commitment to attract retirees through lifestyle programming, amenity development, communication programs and education,” according to a release.
“Retire Loudon County is a stunning example of a successful retirement program in Tennessee,” Andre Nabors, AARC chairman, said.
Rachel Baker, Loudon County Visitors Bureau executive director, called the seal of approval a “tool for our toolbox” for continued recruitment.