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Sentry Saint Louis Hosts Monthly Welcome Event for Residents

St. Louis HOA Management Hosts Event

The Sentry Management Saint Louis office has started hosting a monthly Welcome Event on the first Friday of every month for the residents of the Heritage House community.

The Heritage House Community Manager, Amy Hill prepares food for the event, posts signs, and sends out emails to the residents of the community to let them know about the event.

“It’s great to see people that we rarely see interacting with their neighbors come out and enjoy themselves. That is the reason we’re going to continue hosting this event,” explains Amy.

Sentry Management is a leader in managing homeowner associations and condominium associations since 1975. View our list of services here: http://www.sentrymgt.com/for-association-boards/services/


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