Manufactured Housing Event To Be Held Aug. 12 in Nashville
The Networking Roundtable for manufactured housing professionals that has operated for nearly 30 years in varying locales will be postponed.
Organizers Susan McCarty and Erin Smith of EducateMHC said the decision to postpone was difficult, but best for the health and safety of everyone involved.
“As one of the longest-running manufactured housing Industry events, the Networking Roundtable unites land-lease community owners and operators from around the country to gather for hands-on, timely education on key manufactured housing industry issues,” Smith stated.
The 2020 dates for the 29th Annual Networking Roundtable in Nashville were to be Sept. 2-4. Nearly every manufactured housing tradeshow, conference, and meeting since March has been canceled or made a virtual meeting out of concern regarding the spread of the coronavirus.
There are over 50,000 land lease communities, representing an impact of over $1 trillion dollars to the U.S. economy, Roundtable founder George Allen said.
“This gathering represents a level of enthusiasm, deal-making and progressive-thinking found nowhere else,” Allen said.
Information on registration for the 2021 Networking Roundtable is available through the EducateMHC website.
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