Protests Planned by Activist Groups at Manufactured Housing Institute (MHI) Annual Meeting? 

Original image credits are to the media, and MHI, respectively, as shown. Text, collage is an illustration of an actual resident group protest, modified to show what sources say are potential protests against member companies at the annual MHI annual meeting in Orlando, a scant two months away.

As long-time Daily Business News readers know, digital and actual protests by activist-minded resident groups have been taking place for several years in the manufactured housing industry, generally focused on the community sector.

For several years, Daily Business News has been virtually alone in reporting on such events by manufactured home industry media.

Examples of such protests have included, but aren’t limited to:




among dozens of others.

In a broader Masthead blog post, publisher L. A. ‘Tony’ Kovach notes word that the Manufactured Housing Institute’s (MHI) annual meeting in Orlando, FL has been mentioned by informed sources as a potential target for state and/or  national resident groups to protest.

Should organized protests take place, it won’t be the first or last time an industry event has been so targeted for organized protests,” Kovach said.


What could make this time different is if a more robust, Soros-style protest event is staged. One that could bring considerable – and more problematic exposure – to those companies that are caught up in it.

A tip plus another indication of potential protests – like those shown above – could hit MHI’s planned annual event. Resident groups have protested MHI policies before, as a click of the image above will link you to a story that reported on a prior state level protest. What may make this different is if several groups pull together, all at once, and target MHI/NCC and/or their member companies. Image credits are as shown.

Industry professionals may want to think carefully and weigh the question of if they – or their company – want to be associated with protesters on TV, digital, print, or social media news reports,” Kovach said.

The latest Masthead post, which includes other looming industry issues, is linked here. ##

(Image credits are as shown above, and when provided by third parties, are shown under fair use guidelines.)

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