A recent article in Oxford Magazine featured the thoughtful gift of President and CEO John Bostick, who donated a manufactured home to The Pantry.
“The Pantry has provided food for those who might need that extra bit of sustenance, and the countless volunteers who run and work at the facility have been more than ready to accomplish the task,” said Oxford Magazine.
The Pantry, as the magazine said, had several places they operated from, until Bostick provided them a manufactured home for their use.
The screen capture above is taken in part from their non-commissioned story. To learn more, and see the release, click here.
Bostick is one that leads by example, and as the Oxford story exemplifies, he has for years. To learn more about the company, click here.
Successful Professional Couple Spotlights Modern Manufactured Home Living Realities – manufacturedhomelivingnews.com
Each are educated, successful, clearly proficient, and informed about housing. That’s because they’ve experienced all kinds of living, and they did their homework before buying their new home too. They live on an sizable, private acreage near Sperry, in Osage County, OK. They’ll explain in this video why that’s relevant for their new home decision.
Bostick and Sunshine Homes have also supported the proper understanding of modern manufactured homes, through videos and interviews, like those linked above and below.
Let’s begin with a blast of honesty. Doing some Inside MH video episodes are more fun than others. At the start and end of the video below, yours truly gets rebuked by a person being interviewed. Part of what’s interesting in doing unscripted interviews is that you never know what someone is going to say.
It is worth noting that the Bostick-led firm is growing at more than double the rate of the industry at large.
Sunshine does so with upscale, residential style homes, and the proper education about the value of such Energy Star homes. ## (News, announcements, and commentary.)
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