The Louisville Manufactured Housing Show, the Midwest’s premier event for manufactured housing professionals, previously scheduled for Jan. 20-22 has been canceled. Plans are underway for the annual event’s return in 2022.
For more than 60 years, The Louisville Show has brought together the latest manufactured home designs, tech specialists, and a top network of suppliers in the manufactured housing industry. In 2020, The Louisville Show attracted a near-record 3,536 attendees from 1,130 companies.
“The Louisville Show offers manufactured housing professionals the most robust introduction to the latest trends and opportunities in the industry, from home design to materials and all of the new and improved products and services to be considered,” Chairman Byron Stroud said. “The educational and networking opportunities in Louisville are unlike anywhere in the industry, and they improve each year.”
The Louisville Manufactured Housing Show allows exhibitors to display their products and services at the place where qualified industry buyers come for ideas and inspiration. January is an optimal time to understand customers’ wants and needs as they prepare for the spring selling season.
Though there continue to be concerns and restrictions in place due to COVID-19, those restrictions are lifting and most markets in the nation are getting back to business.
“By the end of January, we anticipate the situation will have improved significantly and the show will proceed as planned,” Show Coordinator Dennis Hill said. “Obviously, the health and safety of everyone attending remains our highest priority. So, we will be closely monitoring and following all CDC and local guidelines that are in place in January.”
In addition, hand sanitizer stations will be set up in key locations throughout the show for use by attendees and exhibitors.
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For 2022, The Louisville Show will operate with a new floor plan that places supplier exhibitors in a more central location among the manufacturer exhibitors.
“We believe the new floor plan with service and supply professionals set up within greater proximity to all of the homes will increase attendee access and traffic flow more evenly through the show,” Hill said.
General registration details for Louisville 2022 will be announced in the coming months.
Each year, The Louisville Show is organized and presented by The Midwest Manufactured Housing Federation, which represents the states of Kentucky, Indiana, Ohio, Michigan, and Illinois.
As an industry trade event, the 2022 Louisville Show is not open to the public. For more information, visit The Louisville Show website at www.thelouisvilleshow.com.
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