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Retirement Community in Arizona Hosts Classic Car Show with Live Music

Joseph Carl Homes’ CantaMia retirement community will be hosting a Classic Woody Car Show featuring classic cars, live music, giveaways and more on Saturday, May 22, 2010 from 11:00 a.m. to 2 p.m.

(Vocus) May 18, 2010 -- Joseph Carl Homes’ CantaMia Retirement Community in Arizona will be hosting a Classic Woody Car Show featuring classic cars, live music, giveaways and more on Saturday, May 22, 2010 from 11:00 a.m. to 2 p.m.

'CantaMia Dreamin' is an event hosted by Joseph Carl Homes that invites Arizonans to enjoy some retro fun with a Classic Woody Car Show and live music from The Swamp Cooler Band. It is also an opportunity for Arizonians to see why over 4,000 people have visited their new innovative retirement community in Arizona in less than a month.

"CantaMia Dreamin is an opportunity for the local community to come to CantaMia and enjoy some live music and classic car show,” said Carl Mulac, CEO of Joseph Carl Homes. “It also provides Joseph Carl Homes the opportunity to display our beautiful active adult community.”

CantaMia is a new active adult community designed by Joseph Carl Homes that promises to help you continue a life's song well-written. CantaMia retirement community in Arizona is located in the Phoenix metropolitan area in the city of Goodyear, located in the west valley. It is convenient to spring training baseball games, shopping, health care, and educational pursuits. The community is located off of Estrella Boulevard, 14 miles south of I-10.

Joseph Carl Homes is a private Arizona-based home building company, led by industry veteran Carl Mulac. The company believes in developing sustainable communities for the both the active adult and conventional home marketplaces. Joseph Carl Home’s key leadership has more than a hundred years experience in the homebuilding industry and as such, has the depth to deliver new, unique and innovative homes.

For more information about Joseph Carl Homes or CantaMia visit Arizona retirement community.

About Joseph Carl Homes’ CantaMia
CantaMia is a new active adult community by Joseph Carl Homes that promises to help you continue a life's song well-written. CantaMia is designed to live in tune with the beautiful natural surroundings. This innovative new neighborhood offers a distinctive approach to sustainable living. With more than 1,700 home sites available, CantaMia delivers unique and compelling choices to fit both your budget and lifestyle.

Embrace your personal journey at CantaMia and engage in the multigenerational energy of Estrella – a truly exclusive approach of integrating an active adult community within a robust master plan. At CantaMia, the journey is your own and the choices are many, encouraging healthy connections with the environment and one another.


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