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Weekly Idaho Housing Alliance Update

For the Week of March 12, 2012

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Legislative Update – March 12

REDISTRICTING UPDATE
We have a great update from our lobbyist on what is happening with the redistricting and what it means for future legislative sessions.  See the ATTACHED document!

MANUFACTURED HOME BILLS
H. 468 (MANUFACTURED HOME INSTALLATION INSPECTIONS)was approved unanimously by the Senate Commerce and Labor Committee and sent to the floor with a "do pass" recommendation.   It was approved on the Senate floor 33-0 vote.  Senator Smyser did a great job in the debate.  we expect the Governor to sign the bill and it will take effect July 1.

H. 447 (MODULAR HOME INSPECTIONS) was defeated soundly (24 - 42 - 4) on the House floor.  One of the arguments was that jurisdictions that had chosen to not have building codes would now need to have the state inspect the installation of these structures.  There wasn't a lot of debate (only two people spoke).  This bill will not come up again this year.

BUDGET UPDATE
On March 9th the Joint Finance-Appropriations Committees (JFAC) finished setting the budget for the 2013 fiscal year.   The 2013 budget had a little bit more fiscal flexibility than in recent years due to a small budget surplus. 

JFAC approved an overall increase in general fund revenues of about 4.6% for public schools for the 2013 fiscal year.  This overall increase will reverse the trend of budget cuts of the last three years.  Next year’s public schools budget will also fund the technology components of last year’s education reform laws, while also back-filling teacher pay-cuts made in recent years due to a downturned economy.  The average Idaho teacher will see a 5.8% percent increase in overall compensation, with the average Idaho’s teacher’s pay increasing by $2,082.  This will be accomplished by raising the minimum salary for beginning teachers to $30,500 and setting aside an estimated $39 million to implement a statewide pay-for-performance plan that recognizes and rewards great classroom teachers. At least 85% of Idaho’s teachers will earn some form of a performance bonus next year.

Lawmakers have also decided to give a 2% on-going pay raise for state employees. Most state employees have not seen an increase in pay in over four years. 

JFAC set the Health and Welfare budget to include a reversal of three cuts from last year’s Medicaid budget.  These three cuts, worth $1.5 million, include the following: removing a clause that forced patients with both developmental disabilities and mental illness to choose only one of these two conditions to treat; restoring preventive dental care for the disabled; and deleting a requirement to impose a “tiered” budget on developmentally disabled adults.   H 609, which restores these cuts, passed the Idaho House unanimously and is now in the Senate.

Traditionally, completion of the budget signals that the legislative session will end within two weeks but it looks like March 26 if what everyone is aiming for.

TAX RELIEF
Last week, the Idaho House passed tax relief legislation.  In a bill sponsored by the Governor and forty members of the House, a plan has emerged to cut $35 million in Idaho’s corporate and individual income taxes permanently, beginning next year.  This plan is now in the Senate.  It brought up the age old arguments concerning trickle-down economics, raising vs. cutting taxes, reducing spending and how this all truly effects the economy.
Mike Ferguson, director of the Idaho Center for Fiscal Policy and chief economist under six governors, compiled and presented a report that showed that during the severe downturn in the early 1980s, the Republican Legislature cut spending but also increased taxes.  Corporate tax rates rose from 6.5 percent to 8 percent.  The top individual income tax jumped from 7.5 percent to 8.2 percent. The sales tax rose from 3 percent to 5 percent.  With that money, Idaho maintained its public schools, higher education, infrastructure and social safety net and the economy continued to grow.  More discussion to come in the Senate!!
ENERGY EFFICIENCY
The energy efficiency legislation has a projected new fiscal impact of almost $950,000 yearly and is running up against budgetary constraints.
Other Related Issues:
REPUBLICAN PRESIDENTIAL CAUCUS
Idaho held its first-ever Republican Presidential Caucus on Tuesday March 6th.  About 68,000 people turned out statewide in the state’s 44 county caucuses.  Statewide, Mitt Romney won Idaho’s 32 delegates with 61.6% of the vote.   Rick Santorum took 18.2% of the caucus vote for second place, and Ron Paul and Newt Gingrich received 18.1% and 2.1% respectively. 

MHI Welcomes New President/CEO Richard A. Jennison
(Arlington, VA – February 16, 2012) -The Manufactured Housing Institute welcomes Richard “Dick” Jennison as President and CEO.  Jennison comes to MHI from Omni Solutions Group where he was partner and Senior Vice President for Marketing and Business Development overseeing and managing its substantial not-for-profit business practice. Omni Solutions Group is a professional services firm that offers technology solutions and support services to small and mid-size businesses and associations.
Prior to joining Omni Solutions, for nearly eight years Jennison was President and CEO of the Brick Industry Association (BIA), a $7 million national trade association representing the residential and commercial construction industry.  In that capacity, he directed advocacy efforts for the brick industry in Washington, D.C.  During his tenure at BIA, he led unification efforts to join four independent regional brick associations to create a national organization (BIA) encompassing 79% of the contiguous states.  He managed the creation of a new governance structure to meet the organizational goals of BIA and fostered strategic alliances and partnerships to drive the success of the brick industry.  He was responsible for overseeing activities to safeguard the industry from burdensome regulatory and governmental regulations and initiated research that influenced national and local legislation in the protection of the industry. 
Prior to Dick’s leadership role at BIA, he served as Chief Operating Officer at the Point-of-Purchase Advertising International (POPAI), a $5.5 million international retail in-store marketing association; and Vice President, Marketing and Public Relations, for Citizens Bancorp, a $5 billion regional financial services organization.
“It is a tremendous privilege to join MHI and I am honored to be selected for this great opportunity,” Jennison stated. “I am excited to work with the MHI leadership, members and staff to represent this important sector of the housing industry in Washington, D.C.  Together I believe we can accomplish the mission and goals of MHI to advance the industry, improve the regulatory and finance environment, promote the high quality and great value inherent in our homes and build consensus among industry partners.”
In the position of President and CEO, Jennison is responsible for the management of the association in accordance with the bylaws, budget and policies established by the MHI Board of Directors. He will oversee staff in the areas of government affairs, codes and standards, communications, marketing, membership development, meetings, education and administration.  Beginning February 21, Jennison can be reached at (703) 558-0678 or rjennison@mfghome.org.
“We are pleased to welcome Dick Jennison as the new President and CEO,” said MHI Chairman Joe Stegmayer. “He brings tremendous credentials and demonstrated leadership ability at multiple associations.”
MHI is the preeminent national trade association for the manufactured and modular home businesses, representing all segments of these industries before Congress and the Federal government.  From its Washington, D.C. area headquarters, MHI actively works to promote fair laws and regulation for all MHI members and the industry. For more information on MHI, visit www.manufacturedhousing.org

 



3,945 New HUD Code Homes Shipped in January 2012 – Up 42.1 Percent from January 2011

MHI’s Monthly Economic Report© for January 2012 is now available.
Manufactured home shipments for January 2012 were 3,945 new homes, up 42.1 percent from January 2011. Increases were across the board with shipments of both single-section and multisection homes up compared with the same month last year. Single section homes accounted for the largest portion of the increase, with shipments up 53.9 percent compared with January 2011 figures.
The seasonally adjusted annual rate (SAAR) of shipments was 61,802 in January 2012, up 6.0 percent from the rate of 58,299 in December 2011. The SAAR corrects for normal seasonal variations in shipments and projects annual shipments based on the current monthly total.
Total floors shipped in January 2012 were 5,972, an increase of 38.3 percent over January 2011.
The number of plants reporting production in January was 121, one down from the previous month. The number of manufacturing companies was 45, unchanged from the prior month.
Click here to access the January 2012 report. If you are an MHI member, you can also access the report on MHI’s website at www.manufacturedhousing.org.
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The Early Bird Registration and Hotel Deadline for the Congress & Expo has Been Extended to Friday, March 16

The Early Bird Registration and Hotel Deadline for the Congress & Expo has Been Extended to Friday, March 16. Click here to register. Register by the deadline and save $100! As an added incentive, an additional $100 registration discount is available to attendees staying at Caesars Palace during the 2012 Congress & Expo. To qualify for this discount, a Caesars Palace confirmation number must be provided when registering.

The special room rate of $190 is available at Caesars Palace for conference guests through March 16, 2012, so book today to guarantee savings! Click here to reserve online or call 866-227-5944 and ask for the 2012 MHI Congress and Expo room block or group code SCMHI2.

Information on the Congress & Expo can be found at www.congressandexpo.com.

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MHI News


Co-Sponsors Needed for the Preserving Access to Manufactured Housing Act
CFPB Activity Update
Congress Endorses Regulatory Reform for Small Businesses and Entrepreneurs to Increase Capital Formation
2012 Election Watch: The Economy is the Story Again
3,945 New HUD Code Homes Shipped in January 2012

Events & Offers


Register for the National Congress & Expo for Manufactured and Modular Housing April 10-12, 2012 - Early-Bird Deadline Extended to March 16th
MHI Members - Start Saving with MHI's Business Service Discount Program - Sears Discounts Now Available
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Co-Sponsors Needed for the Preserving Access to Manufactured Housing Act

On March 5th, Reps. Stephen Fincher (R-TN), Joe Donnell (D-IN) and Gary Miller (R-CA) began circulating a “Dear Colleague” letter urging Representatives to co-sponsor legislation (H.R. 3849) that would preserve the availability of financing for the purchase of affordable manufactured housing. Click here to view a copy of the “Dear Colleague” letter.

According to the letter, the legislation would “ensure manufactured housing remains a reliable and affordable option for homebuyers and owners alike. H.R. 3849 would provide clarity and certainty to consumers and preserve the manufactured housing industry without any deterioration of important consumer protections.”

The legislation, known as the Preserving Access to Manufactured Housing Act, is currently co-sponsored by Reps. Tom Cole (R-OK), Robert Dold (R-IL), Joe Donnelly (D-IN), John Duncan (R-TN), Stephen Fincher (R-TN), Mike Fitzpatrick (R-PA), Walter Jones (R-NC), James Lankford (R-OK), Gary Miller (R-CA), and John Sullivan (R-OK).

MHI members are asked to contact their Representatives and urge them to co-sponsor H.R. 3849. For more information including a sample letter the fax to Members of Congress, click here.

MHI members can contact Jason Boehlert at 703-558-0660 or jboehlert@mfghome.org.
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CFPB Activity Update

New Servicing Rules to be Unveiled

On March 7th, during a meeting of the National Association of Attorneys General (NAAG), Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) Director Richard Cordray indicated the agency would soon be issuing new rules for mortgagee servicers. The new requirements for servicers being developed by the CFPB for servicers would include:

• Providing borrowers with clearer information on billing statements - last month the CFPB released a model mortgage disclosure statement as required under the Dodd-Frank Act (Click here for more information);

• Preventing servicers from charging for force-placed insurance unless the borrower failed to maintain their own insurance; and

• Requiring servicers to notify borrowers several months prior to an interest rate adjustment.

The Dodd-Frank Act provides significant new authorities to state attorneys general and will play a large role in enforcing CFPB origination rules, including qualified mortgage standards. The CFPB is said to be in the process of developing a memorandum of understanding to attorneys general to establish a general framework for sharing information and enforcement duties. For a copy of Mr. Cordray’s remarks to NAAG, click here.

CFPB Education Webinar

On March 15th from 2:30-3:30 pm (Eastern Time), the CFPB will host a webinar on financial education.

The webinar will be hosted by the CFPB’s Office of Financial Education (OFE) which is one of six offices within the Division of Consumer Engagement and Education (CEE). The Dodd-Frank Act charges the Office of Financial Education with developing and implementing initiatives to “educate and empower consumers to make better-informed financial decisions.”

The webinar will feature Gail Hillebrand, Associate Director of the Division of Consumer Education and Engagement, and Camille Busette, Assistant Director of the Office of Financial Education. Ms. Hillebrand and Ms. Busette will discuss the vision and work of CEE and OFE and how these offices can learn from and strengthen the work of financial education practitioners. The webinar will also include time for questions and discussion with participants.

To access the webinar:
Toll Free Number: 800-857-9874
Participant passcode: 6657181

URL:
https://www.mymeetings.com/emeet/rsvp/index.jsp?customHeader
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Conference number: 6834644
Passcode: 6657181

Participants can join the event directly at:
https://www.mymeetings.com/nc/join.php?i=PW6834644&p=6657181
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To register for this event:

1. Go to the URL listed above and choose Web RSVP under Join Events.
2. Enter the conference number and passcode.
3. Provide your information for the event leader and then click submit.

MHI Files Comments on Streamlining Inherited Regulations

On March 5th, MHI submitted a letter in response to a request for comments from the CFPB on streamlining inherited regulations. To view the request for comments, click here.

Specifically, the Bureau inherited regulations from seven federal agencies as part of the Dodd-Frank Act. In its request for comments, the CFPB indicated that “there may be opportunities to streamline the inherited regulations by updating, modifying, or eliminating outdated, unduly burdensome, or unnecessary provisions.”

MHI commented on the need to provide a greater degree of clarification to states in enforcing the SAFE Act as it applies to the unique activities of those selling manufactured homes and those financing the sale of their own homes.

Initial comments were due March 5th. However, comments may be submitted in response to filed comments by April 30th. To view MHI’s letter, click here.

MHI members can contact Jason Boehlert at 703-558-0660 or jboehlert@mfghome.org.
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Congress Endorses Regulatory Reform for Small Businesses and Entrepreneurs to Increase Capital Formation

On March 8th, the House of Representatives by a vote of 390 to 23, approved legislation to ease access to investments and capital markets for small businesses. The bipartisan JOB (Jumpstart Our Business Startup) Act, if agreed to by the Senate and signed by the President, will amend existing Securities and Exchange regulations to:

• Reopen capital markets to emerging growth companies by reducing SEC filing requirements for small companies and enable them to go public sooner;

• Remove an SEC regulatory ban preventing small businesses from using advertisements to solicit investors in order to obtain capital and broaden the pool of potential investors;

• Allow companies to pool up to $2 million from investors without registering with the SEC, thereby making it easier for entrepreneurs to raise equity capital;

• Make it easier for small businesses to go public by increasing the offering threshold for companies exempted from SEC registration from $5 million to $50 million;

• Remove barriers to capital formation for small companies by raising the shareholder registration requirement threshold from 500 to 1,000 shareholders; and

• Increase the number of shareholders permitted to invest in a community bank from 500 to 2,000 and enable banks to better deploy their capital to make loans and create jobs.

The Senate plans to begin considering similar legislation next week.

MHI members can contact Lois Starkey at 703-558-0654 or lstarkey@mfghome.org.
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2012 Election Watch: The Economy is the Story Again

As the election season nears, Democrats and Republicans are dealing with voter anger about lingering high unemployment, rising gas prices and a growing federal deficit. The battle for Congress is on the horizon and Members of Congress are scurrying back to their states to shore-up their support.

Republicans currently hold a 242-192 majority, with one vacancy. The battle for control of the House of Representatives focuses primarily on 52 competitive House races -- 20 Democratic-held seats and 32 Republican-held seats including four members of the manufactured housing caucus. Click here to view the list. The Republicans are also defending a number of marginal House seats captured during the 2010 landslide. For Democrats to recapture the House of Representatives, they need to pick-up a NET of 25 seats on Election Night. House Republicans are predicted to lose some of their majority, perhaps five to 10 of the seats, but Democrats face an uphill battle to regain control of the U.S. House of Representatives.

In the upper chamber, the current Senate line-up is 51 Democrats, 47 Republicans and two Independents. The Republicans must win four seats to recapture the Senate. The odds slightly favor continued Democratic control, but a significant surge by the Republican Presidential candidate could lift the Republicans into striking distance of gaining control of the Senate. Battleground states include: Democrats – HI (Open-Akaka); MO (McCaskill); MT (Tester); NM (Open-Bingaman); ND (Open-Conrad); VA (Open-Webb) and WI (Open-Kohl). For Republicans: MA (Brown) and NV (Heller).

The wild cards in this year’s election are the independent political organizations known as "Super PACs." Super PACs are a new kind of political action committee created in July 2010 following the outcome of a federal court case known as SpeechNow.org v. Federal Election Commission. Technically known as independent expenditure-only committees, Super PACs may raise unlimited sums of money from corporations, unions, associations and individuals, and then spend unlimited sums to overtly advocate for or against political candidates. Unlike traditional PACs, Super PACs are prohibited from donating money directly to political candidates. A total of 42 super PACs have spent $72.6 million — 56 percent of which has been spent opposing candidates. Clearly, the Super PAC movement is changing the face of American politics.

Whatever the outcome on November election, it is clear that Congress will continue to be very closely divided. As a matter of strategic principle, MHI has sought to build relationships on both sides of the aisle in order to be well positioned whatever the electoral outcome.

MHI members can contact Rae Ann Bevington at 703-558-0675 or rbevington@mfghome.org.
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3,945 New HUD Code Homes Shipped in January 2012

Manufactured home shipments in January 2012 were 3,945 new homes, up 42.1 percent from January 2011. Shipments of both single-section and multisection homes were higher compared with the same month last year. Single section homes accounted for the largest portion of the increase, with shipments up 53.9 percent compared with January 2011 figures.

The seasonally adjusted annual rate (SAAR) of shipments was 61,802 in January 2012, up 6.0 percent from the rate of 58,299 in December 2011. The SAAR corrects for normal seasonal variations in shipments and projects annual shipments based on the current monthly total.

Total floors shipped in January 2012 were 5,972, an increase of 38.3 percent over January 2011.

The number of plants reporting production in January was 121, one down from the previous month. The number of manufacturing companies was 45, unchanged from the prior month.

If you are an MHI member, you can access the report on MHI’s website at www.manufacturedhousing.org/reports/.
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Events & Offers

Register for the National Congress & Expo for Manufactured and Modular Housing April 10-12, 2012 - Early-Bird Deadline Extended to March 16th

In this ever changing economy, rethinking housing and your business is critical for survival. Plan to join us at the 2012 Congress & Expo to be held April 10-12, 2012 at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas to obtain the knowledge and resources necessary to excel in today’s housing marketplace. What will the next decade bring for housing in America? How will the U.S. housing market be affected by demographic trends? Where will the Millennials call home? What housing choices will seniors make going forward? How can factory built housing gain market share? Attend the only national show for the manufactured and modular housing industries where we will tackle these important questions and more!

Click here to register for the 2012 Congress & Expo. The early bird registration deadline has been extended to March 16, 2012. Register early and save $100! As an added incentive, an additional $100 registration discount is available to attendees staying at Caesars Palace during the 2012 Congress & Expo. To qualify for this discount, a Caesars Palace confirmation number must be provided when registering.

The special room rate of $190 is available at Caesars Palace for conference guests through March 16, 2012, so book today to guarantee savings! Click here to reserve online or call 866-227-5944 and ask for the 2012 MHI Congress and Expo room block or group code SCMHI2.

Visit www.congressandexpo.com for more information on the 2012 Congress & Expo, exhibiting, sponsorship opportunities, awards and more. Click here for the schedule.

Attendees will be able to:

- Choose from more than 15 top quality educational programs and special events.

- Network with the most successful professionals in the industry including manufacturers, community owners/managers, suppliers, financial service providers, insurers, retailers and more.

- Learn what is working for others and how it can work for you.

- Establish new business relationships to enhance your potential for growth.

- Develop new ideas that will make a meaningful difference for your business.

- Hear from powerful general session speakers. The 2012 Keynote speaker will be John K. McIlwain, Senior Resident Fellow/J. Ronald Terwilliger Chair for Housing at the Urban Land Institute (ULI) in Washington, D.C. McIlwain brings more than 35 years of experience in the fields of housing, housing investment and the development of sustainable housing. Recent research conducted by McIlwain includes examining what housing will look like in the coming decade, housing trends for seniors and Generation Y. Click here for information on this speaker.

- See the latest and greatest technologies and products available for the industry by visiting the exhibit floor.

- Attendees also won’t want to miss the highly acclaimed annual NCC Forum presented by the MHI National Communities Council.

For a list of exhibitors, please click here. Booth space is filling up. For more information on exhibiting please visit www.congressandexpo.com and click on "Exhibitors."

MHI thanks the following sponsors for their generous support.

Diamond Sponsors

Sunstone MH Consultants
Triad Financial Services

Platinum Sponsors

Oliver Technologies, Inc.
ROC USA

Gold Sponsors

Assurant Specialty Property
CU Factory Built Lending
Follett Investment Properties
GE Appliances
RHP Properties, Inc.
UMH Properties, Inc.
Wells Fargo
Whirlpool Corporation
Yes! Communities

Silver Sponsors

Drew Industries
Newport Pacific Capital

Bronze Sponsors

GE Real Estate
Green Courte Partners
Manufactured Housing Insurance Services
Mobile Home Park Store
National Tenant Network
Riverstone Communities
Sun Communities, Inc.
The Housing Marketplace
U.S. Bank
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MHI Members - Start Saving with MHI's Business Service Discount Program - Sears Discounts Now Available

Did you know that you can save on products and services through MHI? Listed below are just a few of the savings opportunities available to MHI members:

Sears

MHI and Sears have teamed up to offer MHI members substantial savings from Sears Commercial Marketplace. Members can save 5-50 percent on the largest selection of products including energy saving appliances, Craftsman® tools and more. There are more than 50,000 items available in this program. For more information, please visit
www.manufacturedhousing.org/about_us/Member_Discount_Program
.asp
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FedEX

As an MHI member you are now eligible to receive valuable discounts of up to 26% on select FedEx® shipping services and business services and up to 70% on FedEx Freight® and FedEx National LTLSM services.

• FedEx Express®: from 15% to 26% on select services
• FedEx Ground®: from 4% to 12% on select services
• FedEx Freight® and FedEx National LTLSM: up to 70% on select services
• FedEx OfficeSM: from 10% to 20% on select services

Participating MHI members have already saved more than $8,600 this year alone. To enroll visit www.manufacturedhousing.org/about_us/fedex.asp and enter passcode WVP8Z3; for more information or to enroll. If you have additional questions, please call 1-800-MEMBERS (1.800.636.2377, 8 a.m.–6 p.m. EST, M-F) to speak to a dedicated member service representative.

OfficeMax

MHI and OfficeMax® have teamed up to offer you big savings on more than 12,000 office essentials. Members can enjoy substantial savings off manufacturers' list price on frequently purchased items. You will also receive a 5% discount on over 12,000 products in the net priced catalog in addition to discounts on certain ImPress print and document services

The OfficeMax Advantage Program offers MHI members:

• Exclusive member pricing on thousands of items
• Easy Online ordering through OfficeMax Solutions
• Free delivery on in-stock orders over $50
• No-hassle returns

Members with less than 20 employees can click here and have your MHI OfficeMax Partner Advantage Program User Name: mhi0607179 and Password: omax1 available to start saving now!

Members with 20 or more employees call 1-800-248-6343 to request more information on setting up your account.

HP Member Savings Program

MHI members can enjoy special pricing and great discounts on a wide range of HP business products you use every day, including printers, notebooks, PCs, servers, and so much more! Plus, MHI members receive free US ground shipping, flexible financing and leasing options, a specially trained sales team, and award-winning service and support. For questions or to order by phone, call 1-888-202-4465 and mention code MHI. To shop online, visit www.hp.com/go/mhi.

If you have additional questions regarding these MHI member discounts (Fedex, OfficeMax or HP), please call 1-800-MEMBERS (1.800.636.2377, 8 a.m.–6 p.m. EST, M-F) to speak to a dedicated member representative. For more information on the Sears program, please visit www.manufacturedhousing.org/about_us/Marketplace.pdf.

MHI understands that the success of your business depends on your ability to increase your bottom line. We hope that you find these additional member savings opportunities helpful to your business.
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