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HAVERFORD, PA, March 6, 2017 – Brandywine Living Host Villanova University Cheerleaders.  Villanova University, the reigning NCAA Basketball National Champions, are bringing their cheerleading squad to Brandywine Living at Haverford Estates for a demonstration following this year’s Selection Sunday.

Selection Sunday will reveal the 68 collegiate teams chosen to compete in the National Championship (nicknamed March Madness), and Villanova will be defending their title in this year’s tournament. The March Madness tournaments run from March 14th through April 3rd.

Residents of Brandywine Living at Haverford Estates take March Madness very seriously, and are eagerly preparing their community for the event. They are now referring to the event as the “Villanova Pep Rally,” and look forward to celebrating with the Villanova Wildcats cheerleaders the day before March Madness begins. When asked about the upcoming event, resident Lee Swingle exclaimed, “I’m very excited to see them to congratulate them, and wish them well!” Villanova’s mascot, Will D. Cat, will also be attending to pump up the crowd.

The Pep Rally will take place on Monday, March 13th at 3:00pm, as a kick-off to the March Madness tournaments. For more information, call (610) 527-1800. Brandywine Living at Haverford Estates is located at 731 Old Buck Lane, Haverford, PA 19041.

About Brandywine
Brandywine Living is a market leader in luxury senior living, including assisted living, memory care and independent living. Founded in 1996, and headquartered in Mt. Laurel, New Jersey, Brandywine currently operates 27 communities in five states (PA, NJ, NY, CT & DE) with the capacity to serve over 2,700 residents. 

Brandywine is actively expanding its portfolio in the Mid-Atlantic and currently has over $100 million of construction in progress (including a community in Livingston, NJ scheduled to open in 2017). Brandywine is under agreement for additional sites in Northern VA and Montgomery County, MD, and anticipates opening five communities in the D.C. metropolitan