Even Rich People Need A Place to Live
So how do you sell homes to people with boatloads of money when the homes aren't even built yet? You show them the view, of course and that's exactly what this Denver-based Cultivator Advertising & Design campaign does for Heber City, Utah-based Red Ledges, a yet-to-be-built community for adults 45-65 with household incomes of $250K plus.
According to the release, is sounds like a great place. "Red Ledges will be a private golf and four-season recreational second home community, encompassing approximately 1,200 homes across nearly 2,000 acres. Planned amenities include 18-hole and 9-hole Jack Nicklaus designed golf courses; a Jim McLean practice and instructional facility; a Cliff Drysdale tennis academy; a premier spa and fitness facility; an indoor/outdoor equestrian center; and a private ski-in/ski-out club at Deer Valley Resort. "
Now if only if only if a few advertisers would drop several hundred thousand dollar on Adrants, we'd most assuredly consider moving the offices to Utah.
Topic: Good, Magazine
Hm, so it's a requirement to make $250,000 to move to a planned community in Utah? They'd probably have to pay me that much to move there...
Just wait till you're old as hell, Megan. You'll be all "sign me up!"
I know I will.
Florida's for the Seinfelds.