VAMMHA members share a common business interest in factory-built housing. Its primary purpose is to promote its membersâ€™ common business interest in factory-built housing, and its primary activities shall at all times be directed to improving the business conditions of its members.
Todayâ€™s Virginia Manufactured and Modular Housing Association (VAMMHA), then the Virginia Trailer Association, was established by a small group of people including Al Underwood, Ted Usry and Glenn Teasley, in 1965 to represent the then â€œmobile homeâ€ industry in Virginia.
They knew that by joining together, the industry would be able to speak with a louder and more effective voice than any individual retailer or manufacturer. By doing so, VAMMHA has become a force in Virginia in the areas of regulation,Â legislation and zoning. We continue to represent our membership in those areas and many others.