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New March date attracting strong support for MH Show

September 7th, 2011

Great Southwest Home Show 2012  QuikTrip Center GSWHS Golden Oil Man Expo Square Tulsa OKSources tell MHProNews.com that momentum is building for the return of the 2012 Great Southwest Home Show.   “The Great Southwest Home Show gave us a great platform to introduce and sell our Rocky Mountain Series.” said Howard McGirt, General Manager  of Southern Energy Homes of Texas.  Kurt Kelly of Mobile Insurance said, “At the Great Southwest Home Show, we have a chance to see and visit with many of our clients, as well as meet with other industry leaders from across the country.”  Deanna Fields, Executive Director for the MHAO stated: “The Great Southwest Home Show is excited once again to have MHMSM.com (MHProNews.com) help promote the largest inside home show in the Southwest.  MHMSM.com is a  valuable tool to get the message out about our show and new show dates, March 1-2 (Trade Days) and March 3-4 (Public Days). 2012 “  When asked by MHMSM about commitments for show spaces, Field’s replied: “Already we have  Legacy Housing, Oak Creek, American Homestar, Palm Harbor, Sunshine, Southern Energy of Texas, Fleetwood Homes, Skyline Homes and Southern Homes eager to participate. “  Retail attendees have said that the date earlier in the season helps them select the right homes for the Spring/Summer selling season.

(Editor’s Note: More information on the 2012 Great Southwest Home Show can be found at a press release to MHMSM.com at this link.)

(Photo Credit: MHProNews.com)

 


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  1. Chuck Schwartz
    September 8th, 2011 at 16:59 | #1

    Why worry about a about nothing show when we are going to hell. I would think it’s time to get people back to basic’s about our manufactured Homes at the real price so public can see affordable homes again, not the high end models….

  2. Anonymous
    September 9th, 2011 at 14:39 | #2

    Chuck the Great Southwest Home Show does showcase a lot of affordable single and multi-sectionalu00a0homes…we will again haveu00a0a good mix of your entry and mid level homesu00a0that sell real well in this region, alongu00a0with some high end “residential/architectural” style homes.u00a0 Homes for all level of interest!u00a0Fortunately for us Oklahoma is smack in the heartland so we are able to display au00a0variety of homes “inside” the QuikTrip Center at Expo Square in Tulsa, that fit a lot of retailers interest and their market, whether they are from Oklahoma,u00a0Colorado, New Mexico, Texas, Kansas, Iowa, Missouri or Arkansas.u00a0 nu00a0nChuck, since all theu00a0homes are displayed beautifully for Trade Days (Thursday and Friday)u00a0at the Great Southwest Home Show we do offer/promote our Public Days on Saturaday and Sunday so that the general public can see/touch/feelu00a0″today”u00a0homes.u00a0 Potential homeowners from all across Oklahoma (and surrounding states)u00a0have shown up the last couple of yearsu00a0to experience what we are all about or how we have changed over the years….wheather it is a metal on metalu00a0single section,u00a0a entry multi-section or a highend (executive) model they all have a “wow” factor when the homeowner walks inside them.u00a0 We/retailers feel the excitement in the air and the manufacturers notice the uptick of their production!nu00a0nu00a0

  3. Doug
    September 14th, 2011 at 11:23 | #3

    The Great Southwest Home Show is the best show of its kind available and is returning due to momentum.The show is about business building, and those who want to grow their businesses are the ones that should come.

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