Here's your Day 4 official announcement! The video presentations from the third day of the 2017 Tiny House Summit are about to expire and we've just posted new presentations from Jake & Kiva, Hari Berzins, Andrew Bennett, Henderson County Pubic School Students & Teachers, Andrew Odom (interview), Angela Alcorn, Derin Williams, Tessa Baker, and Michael & Michelle Choto Nielsen…
As we get closer and closer to the beginning of February, and subsequently the online Summit week of February 20-24th, we're looking for all kinds of ways to promote the first online Tiny House Summit!
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It's been pretty exciting to see new members joining daily and we hope that the information that will be provided on this site will be informative for those interested in learning more about tiny…"
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Ginger Reichl is the CEO of Parvus House, a tiny house design firm, and is president of Pinstripe Marketing in St. Petersburg, Fla. She is an advocate for tiny homes as an opportunity to solve a variety of problems including transitional housing communities for the homeless, veterans, youth aging out of the foster care system and more.
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It's been pretty exciting to see new members joining daily and we hope that the information that will be provided on this site will be informative for those interested in learning more about tiny living and how to connect better with those taking the leap.