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AARP adds Alex Juarez as communications director

Tyler Smith

AARP Arizona hired Alex A. Juarez as its Communications Director. Juarez will be responsible for developing and implementing AARP communications activities and assist in implementing initiatives and campaigns in the state. He will be working to maintain relationships with media outlets in the state and promote AARP’s activities and advocacy efforts through media and public relations… Read More →

Boomers looking to downsize, but keep favorite amenities


The residential real estate market is about to go “boom.” According to AARP, for the next 18 years, Baby Boomers will be turning 65 at a rate of about 8,000 a day. That’s a lot of homeowners who may be thinking about unloading their large family homes. “It is often misleading to generalize for a whole… Read More →

Youfit joins SilverSneakers program

Senior Adult Man Working Out in the Gym.
by in Business News | Healthcare

Youfit Health Clubs is now a partner in the “SilverSneakers” program – and Phoenix-area seniors stand to benefit greatly. SilverSneakers is a program that encourages seniors to take control of their health, with an emphasis on physical activity. It provides a free fitness-club membership for seniors at any participating club across the country. And many… Read More →

Podcast: Baby Boomers Redefining Traditional Retirement

Podcast: Baby Boomers Redefining Retirement
by in Economy | Podcasts | Real Estate

The baby boomers generation, comprised of about 90 million people, are beginning to head in retirement, but where are they headed? In this week’s edition of the AZ Business Magazine’s podcasts, we’ll take a look at not only where the baby boomers will take up residence, but also how this transition into retirement looks, as… Read More →