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Clayton Homes Inaugurates Birmingham Home Show

May 12th, 2016 Comments off

ClaytonEmploying 2,142 team members from 10 supply operations and seven home building facilities in Alabama, as well as having built 5,734 homes in the state, manufactured home builder Clayton Homes will host its very first Birmingham Home Show May 17-19, 2016, at the Birmingham-Jefferson Convention Complex.

Showcasing 27 homes, Keith Holdbrooks, president of the Clayton Home Building Group, said, “We are thrilled to celebrate our retailers and display Clayton’s latest innovations in home building in the great state of Alabama. Seven of our eight Southeastern facilities are located in Alabama, and we are honored to give back to the state that is home to a large portion of our team members and facilities.”

The private event, drawing over 300 people, is limited to Clayton-approved and prospective partners, and will highlight Clayton’s newest technologies, which include a 360 degree virtual tour and a 3D home tour, MHProNews has learned.

Additionally, Clayton will present a check for over $100,000 to Hope For The Warriors®, a non-profit organization that provides services for wounded war veterans and their families. In 2015 Clayton agreed to contribute to Hope for each Clayton Patriot Home sold, which is now numbering 964 homes built. Clayton anticipates it will receive more orders. To learn more, click here. ##

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Clayton Homes Donates to Military Support Group

February 1st, 2016 Comments off

hope_for_the_warriorsMHProNews has learned from thenewsstar, the Hope for the Warriors organization, a national non-profit that provides support for members of the military and their families, including families of the fallen and military caregivers, received a check for $33,600 from Clayton Homes President Keith Holdbrooks and CEO Kevin Clayton at the Louisville Manufactured Housing Show Jan. 21.

Jessica McKinney, a representative from Hope for the Warriors, said, “We are honored to accept this generous donation, which enables us to continue serving thousands of military families across the country. One of our core values is to meet the changing needs of service members and their families and it is through donations like these that we are able to achieve our goals.”

Clayton home building group President Keith Holdbrooks said, “These are the men and women and their families that sacrificed for all of us to enjoy the freedoms we have. We are fortunate to have found a group that is doing the right thing and proud that we can be a part of that effort.”

Clayton Homes is the largest producer of manufactured homes in North America. ##

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