Former Felon Bringing Modular Home Business to Neighborhood

A one-time drug dealer who built a profitable music business from his illegal gains and served three years in prison has rebounded back into the music business, very successfully, and is now promoting a modular home production facility that will revitalize a distressed community, according to Lee Davis cut his teeth on the streets of Braddock, Pennsylvania, just outside Pittsburgh, and through a chance meeting with C. K. Johnson, CEO of modular housing producer Convertible Structure Solutions of Tuskegee, Alabama, will provide skills training to community residents in Braddock, creating 125 jobs. Serving as an outreach coordinator for the Community Empowerment Association led Davis to met business owners, community activists, developers and public officials who see past his history and into his leadership and entrepreneurial abilities, MHProNews has learned.

(Photo credit: National Association of Home Builders–modular factory)

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