15,000th Home Rolls Out From Fort Worth Factory

BEDFORD, TEXAS – Legacy Housing Corporation (NASDAQ: LEGH) achieved a significant milestone today as its 15,000th home rolled off the assembly line at its original, Fort Worth plant.

This landmark occasion continues a string of recent positive momentum for the company, including opening a new factory in Georgia two years ago and going public last year.

“I’d like to take a moment to consider where we came from, what we’ve achieved and where we are going,” said Legacy Housing CEO and Co-Founder Kenneth Shipley said. “So far, it’s been an amazing journey, and I am proud of how Legacy has helped shape the industry. Today, we mark a significant moment, one I and all of Legacy look forward to surpassing as we move forward.”

Legacy, the fourth largest manufacturer of manufactured housing and tiny homes, concentrates on crafting furniture friendly floor plans at a value-driven sticker price. With custom features like vaulted ceilings and a wider footprint, we continue to push the market forward.

This most recent achievement highlights how we continue to serve as a solution to affordable housing without sacrificing comfort or aesthetics.

“We will proudly continue our tradition of being a solution to the housing crisis, one that doesn’t require going without quality, space or value,” Shipley said.

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