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Taylor Morrison helps homeowners discover their trademark

EL DORADO HILLS — Taylor Morrison was named the No. 1 private homebuilder in the United States in 2010 and 2011 by Builder magazine and builds a wide range of product for discerning home buyers across the country. The homebuilder has a development at Blackstone in El Dorado Hills. Courtesy photo

Taylor Morrison was named the No. 1 private homebuilder in the United States in 2010 and 2011 by Builder magazine and builds a wide range of product for discerning home buyers across the country. The homebuilder has a development at Blackstone in El Dorado Hills. Courtesy photo

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From page C6 | March 21, 2012 |

SACRAMENTO — Taylor Morrison believes that your home is your trademark (TM), a place that you can call your own.

During the unveiling of their all-new Trademark initiative, Taylor Morrison is encouraging potential homebuyers to uncover their inspiration. Whether it’s Together More, Two Mastiffs or Transcontinental Move, Taylor Morrison has a home perfectly matched to meet the needs and desires of nearly every homebuyer. With a variety of communities located throughout the Sacramento area, Taylor Morrison homes offer the ultimate canvas for individuals and families to create their own TM.

Taylor Morrison is inviting potential homebuyers, friends, family and neighbors to discover their trademark at WhatsYourTM.com. Plus, visitors can share their trademark during the month of March for a chance to win $100 and an opportunity to have their TM idea used in a future Taylor Morrison Northern California ad.

“At Taylor Morrison, we want to give homebuyers the tools they need to create a home that is a reflection of you — your taste, your lifestyle, your values and your needs,” said Veronica Roberson, Northern California Division vice president of Sales and Marketing for Taylor Morrison. “Offering you tons more is our trademark, so what’s your TM?”

Discovering your TM has never been easier. Taylor Morrison is currently building a wide range of communities throughout the Sacramento area including Pinnacle at Blackstone in El Dorado Hills. Nestled in one of the area’s most sought-after locations, Pinnacle at Blackstone features a beautiful collection of all-new homes that combine the best in functionality and design with energy efficient features and unsurpassed value.

Priced from the $430,000s, homes in this gated neighborhood feature estate-style architectural elements throughout including formal rooms for entertaining, gourmet center-island kitchens with granite countertops, and stunning valley views. The homes range in size from 2,541 to 3,402 square feet and offer up to five bedrooms and four-and-one-half bathrooms. Pinnacle homeowners will also enjoy advanced energy-saving features that include a solar energy system, tankless hot water heater and renewable resources.

Ideally situated in the 990-acre master-planned community of Blackstone, residents will enjoy resort-style amenities that include a beautiful new clubhouse complete with swimming pool, fitness center, and playground. The community also offers an extensive trail system that links Blackstone with El Dorado Hill’s Town Center — a family-friendly village offering boutiques, restaurants and entertainment that the whole family can appreciate. It also provides easy access to Highway 50 for a short commute to Sacramento or a day of leisure at Lake Tahoe.

To visit Taylor Morrison’s Pinnacle at Blackstone model homes and create your own TM, visit the sales center located at 4046 Fawn Creek Way, El Dorado Hills, call (916) 933-8094 (open Wednesday through Sunday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; closed Monday and Tuesday).

To learn more about Pinnacle at Blackstone or any Taylor Morrison community visit the website at TaylorMorrison.com or Facebook.com/TaylorMorrisonNorthernCalifornia.

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