2018 Tunica Manufactured Housing Show
The city of Tunica, Mississippi is famous for its sprawling casinos and resort getaways. It’s also well-known for hosting the Tunica Manufactured Housing Show. Held in Tunica for over twenty years, the show boasts the most factory-built homes shown anywhere in the Southeastern United States each year.
The 2018 Tunica Show — Modern Factory-Built Homes At Their Best
The 2018 Tunica Show was in full swing last week and was once again met by standing-room-only crowds. The excitement in the air was palpable as attendees walked through beautiful new manufactured homes. Showgoers also experienced the best new products and services the manufactured and modular housing industry has to offer. ManufacturedHomes.com was there to witness the fantastic response from those that were able to attend — and, we were able to document the experience along the way.
This year’s show at Tunica was the biggest and best one yet, with more homes, exhibitors, and attendees than ever before. This year’s show also introduced all-new seminars on financing, social media, and community management. Modular and manufactured home builders, industry suppliers, and service providers were all on hand to contribute. As always, the Show brought out an array of new home designs, the latest technologies, and the best in suppliers’ offerings.
Experience The 2018 Tunica Show For Yourself
ManufacturedHomes.com was at Tunica again this year, and it was our pleasure to catch up with old friends, walk through new manufactured homes, experience how far our industry has come, and see how quickly it’s going places. If you weren’t able to make it down to the Tunica Show last week, don’t worry! We’ve created a recap of the event to give you an inside look at the beautiful homes that were on display.
In the video, you can get in on the action and check out everything the 2018 Tunica Show had to offer. Industry manufacturers and suppliers alike brought their latest and very best to the show, and after letting it all sink in, one can’t help but feel that the future of factory-built homes in America looks mighty promising.