The Varsity in Ann Arbor, MI hosted an event that gave their residents a chance to lay low on a Friday night and still have a good time. Comedy movie night allowed residents to let loose and let out a few laughs while hanging out with neighbors, and maybe even meeting a new friend. Sometimes you just need a low key Friday night.
University Village in Greensboro, NC wanted their residents to remember the importance or hydration, but let’s be honest, sometimes water is boring. So they switched things up a bit. Kona Ice was parked outside of their office and residents received frees sno-cones! Nothing more refreshing on a hot summer day than a sno-cone!
GrandMarc at Westberry Place in Fort Worth, TX was all about Thirsty Thursday, with a Live here. Live well. twist! The team passed out water on campus to remind residents to “whoa, go and grab some H2O!”
The Hub partnered with Kamps Fit to host a night of relaxation and exercise. Wait, relaxation and exercise…it’s possible! Rooftop yoga gave residents a chance to strengthen their bodies and their balance while enjoying some pretty incredible views. All residents needed to bring was a mat or towel to take part in this awesome resident event. And because of the commitment to their residents, The Hub also has partnered with Kamps Fitness, located next door, to offer residents discounted packages during their back to school event.
Not long after The Hub residents moved in, they had a chance to get to know their neighbors and challenge them to a battle of the minds (or random bits of knowledge). The Hub in Madison, WI held a trivia night complete with snacks and drinks for their residents to enjoy. Not only did they get to meet a new friend or two, they also got to show off their trivia skills. And it looks like they had a pretty good time doing it.
The Retreat at Blacksburg in Blacksburg, VA helped residents celebrate Grandparent’s Day with a pretty thoughtful gesture. The Retreat team provided cards and pre-stamped envelopes for their residents to pick up. Residents personalized the cards with a special message and dropped them in mail. We are guessing they made the day of their grandmas and grandpas.
2400 Nueces in Austin, TX wanted to help their fellow Texans and help they did. The team in Austin partnered with the Central Texas Food Bank and set up a virtual food drive. All proceeds from this virtual food drive will directly benefit the victims of Hurricane Harvey as they try to recover from this horrific storm. And the donations didn’t stop in Austin. The donation link was also sent out to all of the EdR communities around the country and so far has raised more than $600. If you would like to donate, please visit: http://cafbtx.convio.net/goto/2400Nueces