Yes I am going into the manufacturing of the COOLEST STEALTH tiny container home – 160 square feet – on the Planet that we are going to offer as DEALERSHIPS first to our US military VETERANS or even ACTIVE ones!
About 6 months ago I saw this tiny shipping container home on HGTV and KNEW this was the one I wanted to get involved with! I tried to find our how to contact the manufacturer on the HGTV website.
I even contacted the producers of the Tiny Home segment.
I contacted my LinkedIn friend Steve VP of Programming at HGTV.
So I gave up until last week when GOD nudged me to look at Google again.
I contacted them and found out that GOD’S timing was as always PERFECT!
Adam the creator of this tiny home was at a stage in his life where he needed my years of experience as a serial entrepreneur especially in marketing.
I needed to find a product that was NEEDED so that my veterans could have an ongoing business without having to invest a huge sum of money. To get involved as a dealer we are going to offer our vets and active military the opportunity to have an EXCLUSIVE territory for $12,5000 instead of the usual $25,000 and they will only have to purchase one container home for display and demo at an additional $30,000. Therefore they are getting this dealership for under $45,000 instead of the usual $55,000 – saving over $10,000! This includes a one night stay at our Florida HQ motel where they can then travel to the manufacturing facility.
So here are some more photos of our tiny container home:
Your lady friend is going to LOVE the bathroom which is usually the one area most tiny homes fail to do well! This one has over 30 square feet and a 6’5″ guy can stand in the shower!
GOD KNEW the timing for contacting Adam was coinciding with the devastation that would be coming with Hurricane Irma for Florida!
As you will note this Tiny Home can COMPLETELY shut up for protection from the type of winds associated with Hurricane Irma as it made landfall in the Keys – over 150 mph! In fact Adam believes it could withstand 200 mph winds when anchored to a concrete foundation!
To prevent water from coming into the container it should be on concrete pilings as those homes in Florida that survived the storm surge.
Stay tuned for more information as we prepare to launch the DEALERSHIP PROGRAM for vets and active military in Florida first!