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Gera Developments launches 'River of Joy', first child centric homes in Goa

Gera Developments launches 'River of Joy', first child centric homes in Goa

Panaji, Jan 15 (UNI) Gera Developments, the real estate developer, on Monday announced launch of Gera's River of Joy, the first child-centric homes in Goa.

Addressing a press conference at a hotel in the city, Gera Developments Managing Director Rohit Gera said,'Our award winning concept of Child Centric Homes concept has received a phenomenal response in Goa. We are humbled at having already sold 190 out of 364 homes at Gera's Rive of Joy. This record sell out of over 50 per cent in the pre-launch phase is testimony to the fact that the concept resonates with today's home buyer. Gera's River of Joy is a unique brand offering that brings together the mentorship of world class talent like Mahesh Bhupathi, Bhaichung Bhutia and Shiamak Davar in addition to Anil Kumble, Shankar Mahadevan and the Michael Phelps Swimming Academy. Gera Developments will collaborate with these experts and their academies to set up infrastructure at the very doorsteps of the residents which will provide them with options that range from dance, singing, swimming, tennis, football, cricket etc.'

'We believe that Gera's River of Joy will provide children the opportunity to experience high quality coaching across a variety of fields so that children can find their passion and then have the opportunity to flourish in that area,' he added.

Former Indian football team captain Bhaichung Bhutia said,' I have been travelling non-stop across the country to create awareness among young kids about football and the importance of grassroots leveing coaching. Bhaichung Bhutia Football Schools (BBFS) it gives me a good platform to interact with kids and give them an opportunity to learn from trained professionals with excellent infrastructure - something which we missed while growing up. Also it is imperative to bring about a change in the attitude among the parents and coaches towards professional football in the country.'

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