Growing Bolder to Open a Bureau in The Villages, Fl.


ORLANDO (Feb. 21, 2022) – Growing Bolder, one of the world’s leading producers of active lifestyle content for people 50+, is opening a bureau in The Villages, the fastest growing metro area in the U.S.

“Growing Bolder is all about seizing and celebrating the blessing of growing older,” said CEO Marc Middleton. “Nowhere are more people doing that on a daily basis than in The Villages. With nearly 4,000 social clubs, first-rate recreational, educational, entertainment, and employment opportunities, The Villages is the perfect place to discover what’s next. That makes it the perfect place for Growing Bolder to produce and share the inspiring stories of ordinary people living extraordinary lives.”

In addition to covering stories in The Villages, Growing Bolder will be producing and presenting a series of unique live events promoting health and wellbeing, and helping adults of all ages discover what’s next in their life . “There is an entirely new life stage that has never before existed,” adds Middleton. “We’re all blessed with extra years of leisure time. Growing Bolder is committed to helping everyone pursue their passions, find their purpose, and make a difference in their community because it’s never too late to make the rest of your life the best of your life.”

Growing Bolder is currently hiring staff for its bureau in The Villages including content producers, on-camera reporters, and videographers. For more information contact [email protected].

Growing Bolder is a multimedia company based in Orlando, Florida. The company, founded by Emmy-winner Marc Middleton in 2007, includes a TV program carried nationally on PBS stations, a radio program on NPR affiliates, a podcast and a popular lifestyle magazine.

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