Winners Announced in the Largest International Senior Living Marketing Contest

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News Image, North America's most popular online senior community directory, has announced the winners for its MOMBA awards. The MOMBAs recognize the best marketing achievements by senior living communities worldwide in 10 unique categories.

Nearly 100 entries were received from across North America, representing communities from across the continuum of care, from assisted living to active living. Nominees were selected based on the rankings they received from the general public at, and then a team of five judges from the senior living industry identified the winners. They are:

Best Traditional Advertising Campaign
Paradise Valley Estates
Fairfield, CA    

Best Web Presence
Grandview at Roxborough
Littleton, CO

Best Internal Resident Communications
Atherton Baptist Homes
Alhambra, CA    

Best Event Marketing
Chartwell Seniors Housing
Mississauga, ON

Best Move-in Specials and Promotions
Ashby Ponds (Erickson)
Ashburn, VA    

Best Resident Events and Trips
Whitehorn Village Retirement Community (Origin)
Calgary, AB

Best Resident Amenities
Origin at Longwood
Nanaimo, B.C.    

Best Social Media Presence or Campaign
Emeritus Senior Living
Seattle, WA

Best Brand and Brand Management
Equinox Village
Manchester Center, VT    

Judge's Choice
Copeland Oaks
Sebring, OH

Winners were announced at an exclusive event sponsored by in Las Vegas on September 19, and winning communities were presented with glass trophies of MOMBA the Penguin, the mascot of

Read more about the MOMBA Award winners at

For information about the MOMBA contest, or general information about, please contact:

Robert Walker
Toll-Free: 888-544-9124 x. 243, or E-mail: robert(at)retirementhomes(dot)com        

This press release was distributed through PR Web by Human Resources Marketer (SeniorCare Marketer: on behalf of the company listed above.


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