Prestigious Northwest Houston Neighborhood, Champion Forest, Launches New Website
New communication tool helps inform residents and potential homebuyers alike as parks and upscale residential and shopping center developments begin to punctuate the storybook landscape of this elite NW Houston community.
Spring, Texas (PRWEB) August 29, 2007
Best known as one of Houston's first master-planned communities, Champion Forest subdivision melds old-world charm and technology with its newly developed website and community marketing plan.
The Champion Forest Fund Inc., the homeowner's association of this 2000-acre community, which was declared a bird sanctuary by the Audubon Society and defined as an actual "forest" according to criteria established by American Forestry associations, recognized the need for improved communication within the neighborhood and surrounding community and began work on the new website, www. championforestonline. com, in 2005. The end result of the volunteer effort is today a vehicle through which news of some of the most exciting changes the community has seen in years now travels.
The new website features news of neighborhood organizations, local security and community activities, as well as informative links and contact information. Costs of the website will be offset with an advertising plan featuring banner ads and sponsored support from community organizations and businesses.
"We have a wonderful newsletter printed free of charge by Champions Printing, but we recognized the need for a broader-reaching communication tool," said CF Fund, Inc. (HOA) President Arthur "Roy" Riley.
"And given the large scale development plans presented these past two years for new parks with linking walking trails, prestigious shopping centers and renowned medical facilities, we thought this was the time to launch a neighborhood website," Riley added.
The website continues to evolve just as the community has and is expected to be an important revenue generator and networking tool for the neighborhood - linking residents and resources in an increasingly Internet-driven society.
Among some of the "hot items" recently spotlighted on the Community page of the new Champion Forest website include an expansive park and connecting walking trail bordering the Hewlett-Packard NW Harris County campus and Cypress Creek and the Vincent Kickerillo exclusive home community and upscale shopping center, The Vintage and Vintage Park, which will feature Mediterranean styled architecture, a number of banks, exclusive boutiques, a signature HEB and one of the largest Kelsey-Seybold clinic and surgical centers in Texas.
The community also celebrated within the past few years the opening of the new Barbara Bush Library and the Northwest Houston Pearl Fincher Museum of Fine Arts - Cypress Creek. To learn more about the Champion Forest community, log onto www. championforestonline. com.