“Compared to where we were, there is no comparison,” said Lee Allen. “It’s been 10 years of good memories.”
“When you walk through Lee and Lucille Allen’s front door, it feels like home,” begins the NextStepUS Annual report.
Over a decade ago, the Allen’s became NextSteps first home owners. “Lee is a bluegrass musician who played with Ralph Stanley and The Clinch Mountain Boys, a retired police officer and a natural storyteller. Lucille is a hairdresser at a local funeral home, a volunteer at the nursing home and an avid quilter.”
Tyler Mullins, the designer of the report and Megan Neff Sherehiy share the gift of knowing how to tell the NextStep story in a compelling way. MHLivingNews and MHProNews have both periodically reported over the years on the organization and its vision, which touts green, energy saving manufactured homes “done right.”
Stacey Epperson, the president and founder of NextStepUS was part of an interview that reflects how she, as a conventional builder at first hated “mobile homes,” but then she took a closer look at modern manufactured homes, and now she loves the product and how it can change people’s lives – like the Allen’s – for the better.
For a video interview with Stacey Epperson, click here.
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(Image credits, NextStepUS)
Submitted by L. A. ‘Tony’ Kovach to the Daily Business News, MHProNews.com.