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Puyallup RV Show will Include several Manufactured Homes

April 21st, 2016 Comments off

Washington__puyallup_RV_show__MHRV__creditWhile the emphasis is clearly on recreational vehicles at the 42nd annual Puyallup (Wash.) RV Show, April 28 thru May 1 at the Washington State Fair Event Center, several manufactured homes will also be on display, as pressreleaserocket informs MHProNews.

A product of the MHRV Show Association, opening day will be Manufactured Housing Day sponsored by DeTray’s , Lakeview Meadows, Palm Harbor Homes and Skyline Homes.

DeTray’s Custom Housing of Puyallup will exhibit Skyline Corp.’s “Ramada” home and Kit Homebuilders West’s “Cedar Canyon” home, two rustic homes very suitable for waterfront vacation property.

DeTray’s Manufactured Housing of Olympia, WA will display two Palm Harbor Homes: a 1473 square foot home with the latest cutting edge features, and a 586 square foot tiny home.

Lakeview Meadows is a 55+ manufactured home community in Lacey, WA with RV storage facilities.

Sixteen RV dealers will be displaying all the latest models in the RV world. A special area will display a smattering of pre-owned RVs for sale.

The MHRV Show Association was formed in 1966 for the express purpose of promoting the RV and manufactured home industries. ##

Photo credit: MHRV Show Association)

matthew-silver-daily-business-news-mhpronews-comArticle submitted by Matthew J. Silver to Daily Business News-MHProNews.

 

RV Show Opens with Manufactured Home Day

April 21st, 2014 Comments off

Thursday, May 1 is “Manufactured Housing Day” at the Puyallup RV Show in Puyallup, Washington sponsored by DeTray’s Custom Housing, Lakeview Meadows, Skyline Homes and Palm Harbor Homes. Promoted through the MHRV (Manufactured Homes Recreational Vehicles) Show Association, and running through Sunday, May 4, there will be seminars on financing and other topics, a vintage RV display and two manufactured homes on site for attendees to peruse, as MHProNews.com has learned from PRWeb.com. One dollar from each adult and senior ticket will benefit the financially-strapped Washington State Parks system. ##

(Image credit: Palm Harbor Homes)