The Arkansas Manufactured Housing Association (AMHA) recognized leaders in the industry at its 43rd Annual Convention in Little Rock recently, MHProNews learned from AMHA Executive Director, J. D. Harper.
Kevin Hawks of Hawks Enterprises was inducted into AMHA’s Hall of Fame, which is the highest honor bestowed upon any individual for a lifetime of achievement. A ten year board member of the AMHA, he was recently re-appointed as an industry representative by Gov. Mike Beebee to the state agency that regulates the factory-built housing industry. Hawks Enterprises has received the “Retailer of the Year” award three times.
Other honors awarded:
Putnam Homes of Fort Smith named 2014 “Sales Center of the Year.”
Lexington Homes, Inc. named “Manufacturer of the Year.”
Ben Hooker of Southern Estates named “Factory Sales Representative of the Year.”
A&R Mobile Home Supply and Service of Cabot named “Supplier of the Year.”
Members Recognized for Long-Time Membership of Arkansas MHA:
> Skyline Homes for 40 years
> Franklin Homes for 30 years
> Capital Buyers for 20 years. ##
(Image credit, top: AMHA
Photo credit: AMHA–Kevin Hawks)
(Submitted by Matthew J. Silver to Daily Business News-MHProNews)