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HUD has published its call for exhibitors for the June Innovative Housing Showcase in the Federal Register. MHI is proud to be a presenting sponsor of the 2024 Innovative Housing Showcase, and plans to again bring members to Capitol Hill to discuss our priorities in conjunction with this event. Go to ManufacturedHousing.org to view a video of the 2023 event.

In the notice, HUD requests exhibitors submit innovative housing designs and technologies that can, “expand quality, affordable, accessible and healthy housing options for low- and moderate-income households; support aging in place; improve climate mitigation and resilience and disaster recovery; and/or increase energy efficiency and support decarbonization in the housing sector.”

Please contact MHI to coordinate manufactured housing submissions. All proposals must be submitted by March 29, 2024.

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