Lennar Donates $200,000 to Crabtree Memorial Gymnasium

Lennar recently presented a check to the City of Myrtle Beach for the rehabilitation of the Crabtree Memorial Gymnasium.

Myrtle Beach, SC, April 22, 2010 --(PR.com)-- The Coastal Carolina Division of Lennar recently presented a $200,000 check to the City of Myrtle Beach for the rehabilitation of the Crabtree Memorial Gymnasium. Lennar’s donation is the first part of their $1 million total contribution.

“It is an honor to have played a major role in the rehabilitation of the Crabtree Memorial Gymnasium,” said Robert Hilliard, president of Lennar’s Coastal Carolina Division. “The gym is an impressive state- of-the-art recreation center and is truly a benefit to the entire community.”

According to Mayor John Rhodes, Lennar’s contribution helped make the expansion of Crabtree Memorial Gymnasium a reality.

“We greatly appreciate Lennar’s financial participation in the Crabtree Gym project,” said Mayor Rhodes. “This is a prime example of good corporate citizenship by the private sector.”

Lennar’s new home community, Emmens Preserve is within walking distance to Crabtree Memorial Gymnasium. And in recognition of Lennar’s contribution, all Emmens Preserve residents will receive a complimentary one-year family membership.

“We at Lennar and specifically our new home community, Emmens Preserve are committed to Myrtle Beach, our partnership with the City and all its residents,” Hilliard said.

For more information about Emmens Preserve call 1- 843-839-0842 or for a complete list of Lennar Communities in South Carolina visit Lennar.com.

Emmens Preserve, Lennar’s premier community in Myrtle Beach, offers an incomparable lifestyle and location that is second to none. The community is within walking distance to the beach and The Market Common District with its abundant shopping, dining and entertainment venues.

Lennar offers 17 unique home designs at Emmens Preserve that range from 1,480 to 2,797 square feet. Special features at no extra cost can include per plan, hardwood floors, a screened lanai, and a gourmet kitchen with raised maple cabinetry, granite or Corian countertops and stainless steel appliances. As an added benefit, all Lennar homes at Emmens Preserve are EFL and Energy Star certified. Homes are priced from the $200s.

Emmens Preserve homeowners can enjoy a park with summer kitchen, fire pits, putting green, bocce ball court, amphitheater, pooch park, walking trails, Doolittle Lake and a future Residents Club with pool and clubhouse.

Lennar Corporation, founded in 1954, is one of the nation’s leading builders of quality homes for all generations. Lennar builds affordable first time, move-up and retirement homes in communities that cater to virtually any lifestyle. Lennar’s Myrtle Beach communities include Emmens Preserve, Clear Pond at Myrtle Beach National and Fairways At Wild Wing. Lennar is committed to quality, value and integrity.

For more information visit LENNARmyrtlebeach.com or contact:
Susan Martin, Lennar, Director of Sales-Coastal Carolina, 843-839-3822; susan.martin@lennar.com

Allison Rosoff, Cohen and Company Creative, 954-290-2026; allison@cohenadv.com

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