Senior Living to be Sponsor of BC Seniors Games

By Barbara Risto, INSPIRED Senior Living Publisher on Nov 19, 2012

We are pleased to annnounce Senior Living as a key corporate sponsor for the BC Seniors Games for 2013 and 2014. As such, we will be working with the BC Seniors Games society and host communities to promote the Games to our readers. The spirit behind the BC Seniors Games embodies the message of seniors living life to the fullest. This is the message that we bring every day to the community through our magazine, our website, our television show and our Senior Expo. We are looking forward to the opportunity to work alongside the BC Seniors Games organizers and athletes to give the next two years of competition a high community profile through our various media formats.


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Great !!! it's a fantastic opportunity to focus on senior athletes, with articles on the elite senior competitors and of course the volenteers who have made the senior games such a huge success over the years. I've competed in the senior games team sports for several years and it is great comarady, fun and the opportunity to meet senior athletes fronm all over the province. You will find you will need lots of feedback reporting on the event. I think if there was anything lacking from the Senior Games it was the lack of follow up on the overall results for the competitors to see how they matched up against the different zones. As you are aware these games draw up to 5000.competitors. Good reporting for seniors to follow I'm sure will make these games much more successful than they are now. Congratulations on your invovement.

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