Behind the Scenes – 2017 Tunica Manufactured Housing Trade Show

Some years back – in the days at the Kansas City and Tulsa, Oklahoma manufactured home industry trade shows – was the last time when the general public could gain entry into these types of industry events.  Because they’re “closed,” there’s a natural curiosity about them.

So, when our sister-site – MHProNews – offered to provide Manufactured Home Living News with video of the recent 2017 Tunica Manufactured Housing Show, we jumped at the chance to share this with our broader public audience.

Almost every American profession you can name has their own specialized events and/or trade days. Teachers, doctors, pharmacists, builders, realtors – you name it – there’s a trade show or professional days associated with it.  Those events are also typically closed to the general public.

This video captures a cross section of personalities, businesses, and organizations. Each person is speaking for themselves and/or their firm on topics that matter to industry professionals. It gives the public quick insights into the otherwise subtle or invisible currents of the manufactured home industry.

As regular visitors on MHLivingNews know, we’ve showcased a wide variety of video styles over the years.

In this audiovisual, let’s note that the videographer who did the video-recording and production has worked with major cable news networks.  In about 3 ½ minutes, he captured the sense of the energy, fun and intensity at such events, thus spotlighting what professionals at an industry event have on their minds.

We hope you enjoy this upbeat production, and behind the scenes look at the 2017 Tunica Manufactured Housing Show. ##

(Image credits, MHProNews.com.)

Submitted by Soheyla Kovach to MHLivingNews.com.SoheylaKovachManufacturedHomeLivingNewsManufacturedHousingIndustryDailyBusinessNewsMHProNews-

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