Congratulations to Tony and his staff for five years of excellent work with MHProNews and other MH specific publications! I’m one of those people who have been around long enough to remember at least a significant part of the old days. I am also one who enjoys rummaging the stack of industry publications at the MH Hall of Fame in Elkhart. Therefore, it’s obvious that I was tied in to the traditional way of imparting industry information.
I suppose I’m also one who would not have thought that an online publication could be delivered so well. After all, we’re not talking about a monthly publication anymore. Tony’s world is one of constant deadlines. His publication is one that you check daily. MHProNews is like a well-supplied buffet line. There’s probably no way to eat and to digest it all. But, after quickly looking at the array of food, there’s always something of interest to digest. Tony’s MHLivingNews publication is the same. More information to read than you have time for.
In checking them out, you’ll always find an article or an opinion piece of interest: something you need to know to become a more informed professional.
Another interesting trait of Tony is that he is always seeking opinions and guest essays from industry members. It’s a great business model. Gather all the factual information you can that is relevant to a profession. Spice that up with opinions, even those which may be controversial. Finish that off with an unabashed love for the industry.
Tony, may there be many more years of your publications. And I have a question for you: when do you sleep?
Executive Vice President
Iowa Manufactured Housing Association
(Editor's Note: MHProNews and the new ManufacturedHomeLivingNews both rely on healthy doses of columns, photos, graphics, videos and comments from experts, professionals and readers like you – and of course – on our growing number of sponsors.
October 2014 marks our 5th anniversary for MHProNews comments, we have others in hand but we'd value more comments on 5th anniversary topic of what this publication means to you.
Other topics of industry interest are routinely encouraged and welcome.
And Joe…one of my favorite lines from the insightful interview we did with you a few years ago…
Thank You for all that you do at the IMHA!)