AVE MARIA SURVIVES HURRICANE IRMA WITH BUSINESSES AND RESIDENTS RETURNING TO DAILY CONVENIENCES WITHIN DAYS

September 14, 2017 AVE MARIA, FL – The town of Ave Maria is fully operational just days after Hurricane Irma. The town escaped flooding with many residents and businesses returning to daily conveniences. The Town Center is open, phone and cellular services are operational, UPS is delivering packages and trash service is on its regular schedule.
“Ave Maria is open for business,” states Blake Gable, CEO of Barron Collier Companies, the developer of Ave Maria. “We experienced no flooding, our residents are safe, and the town is fully functioning.”

ABOUT AVE MARIA AND DIRECTIONS
Ave Maria has been named the 2016 and 2015 Community of the Year, the Top Selling Single Family Home Community in Southwest Florida, a Top 40 Master Planned Community in the United States, and its active adults community, Del Webb Naples has been named a Top 20 Places to Retire. Located in Southwest Florida, minutes from the beaches and cultural attractions of Naples, Ave Maria is a self-sustaining town including highly-rated schools, shopping and dining, employment opportunities, parks and recreation, and more. For more information, please visit www.avemaria.com or call 239-352-3903.