SANTA MONICA, Calif., Feb 03, 2009 – An anticipated new website targeting retiring and relocating baby boomers, https://www.bestboomertowns.com has launched. It serves to educate and inform the nation’s 78 million baby boomers born between 1946 and 1964 beginning to retire and relocate in the United States according to AARP.
Hundreds of U.S. towns were narrowed down to 21 unbiased best boomer towns to retire, https://www.bestboomertowns.com key criteria includes: low crime, range of home prices, university access, airport convenience, small-town charm, state-of-the-art hospitals, good weather and abundant cultural activities.
Key features include popular columnists, best boomer town bloggers, videos, weather, daily news feeds, Amazon book store, tax information, and Google maps.
New boomer bloggers on https://www.bestboomertowns.com offer specific insights of what it is like to live, work and play in these beautiful boomer towns. They are Andrea Burrell of Austin, Texas, Megan McConachie of Columbia, Missouri, Hank Bailey of Athens, Georgia, Monica Surfaro Spigelman of Tucson, Arizona and Mike Malvey of Fort Collins, Colorado and Rebeca Elliott of Camarillo, California.