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Golf Tournament Location Has Changed at 2019 Tunica Manufactured Housing Show

March 24th, 2019 Comments off

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Tunica Show management and the SCMHI has advised the Daily Business News on MHProNews that the Sunshine Homes Sponsored golf tournament location has been changed.

 

Rain that has caused flooding further north, has led to the announcement that “the River Bend Links Golf Course is no longer able to host the SCHMI Tee-Off presented by Sunshine Homes at the 2019 Tunica Show.”

This tournament will now be held at the Tunica National Golf Course.

How This Change Affects Golfers:

  • There will be NO price change
  • The dinner offering will now feature hot dogs, hamburgers, fries, baked beans and chocolate chip cookies
  • Registration will still open at 12:00 PM
  • The rules meeting will now occur at 1:15 PM
  • Tee-off will be at 1:30 PM (half-hour later than previously scheduled)
  • Soft spikes are required

This article was drafted on Saturday, 3.23.2018, so if there has been additional rain, check in with the Tunica National Golf Course or with a Sunshine Homes representative for additional updates. That’s manufactured home event-related “Industry News, Tips and Views Pros Can Use,” ©  where “We Provide, You Decide.” ©  ## (News, analysis, and commentary.)

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3twenty somethings stack container housing and growing results

October 3rd, 2011 Comments off

3twenty - Canadian container housing company - credit PostmediaNewsFinancialPost reports that Saskatchewan based 3twenty – which uses shipping containers as transportable and stackable housing units – is making diversity, a Google-like culture and solution oriented youthfulness pay dividends. Evan Willoughby, Channing McCorriston, and Bryan McCrea teamed with W. Brett Wilson to launch the start up firm.  Their target market is large and growing, with some 20,000 beds needed in Saskatchewan mine sites alone in the next three years, plus other projects on their radar in Canada, the U.S. and overseas. 3twenty designs, builds and installs their transportable container housing units, operating an 11,000-square-foot shop where 10 to 15 people work daily. They are learning management on the fly, and judging from results, successfully so.  In the fourth quarter of 2010, 3twenty outfitted an entire mining camp and has sold two additional camps for $1-million in gross revenue in the first third of 2011. Focused on building relationships with corporations that have global operations, 3twenty is on track to hit $2.5-million to $3-million in sales by year’s end.  50% to 70% of the team are aboriginal, seeking to model Google’s culture.  The average age on the team is 26.  The company won the inaugural Idea Challenge sponsored by the Wilson Centre for Entrepreneurial Excellence at the University of Saskatchewan.

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MH Weather Radios Bill coming up on the Hill

August 11th, 2011 Comments off

Weather_Radio_given_away_by_FEMA posted Manufactured Home Marketing Sales Management MHMSM.com MHProNews.com Sources reported to MHProNews.com that the House Financial Services Committee approved legislation (H.R. 1751) some weeks back sponsored by committee chairman Spencer Bachus (R-AL) that would require all new manufactured homes be equipped with NOAA weather radios (legislation and committee report are available below as downlaods).   The measure is expected to come up for floor consideration soon under suspension of the rules in September, a legislative tool to provide swift floor consideration of bills that may then be passed by unanimous consent decree. The Alabama Manufactured Housing Association and MHI have conducted outreaches to Congressman Bachus and his staff to press for revisions in the bill and to underscore the potential burdensome impact this mandate could have on an already struggling industry. While Rep. Bachus has been a consistent supporter of the manufactured housing industry and its efforts to reform both the Dodd-Frank and SAFE Acts, the weather radio issue is one of considerable personal concern to him.  The Chairman, while sympathetic to the industry’s reservations, has been unwilling to make the changes to the bill MHI has requested. To help communicate the industry position to industry members, as well as your Congressmen, Senators and their staffs, MHI has developed sample talking points on this weather radio issue (see downloads below).

(weather radio being passed out by FEMA photo credit: Wikimedia Commons)

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  3. WARN Act CRS Report
  4. WeatherRadioTlkPts