Veterans Village, Las Vegas Dedication Ceremony to Unveil Shipping Container Housing Prototype
Public invited to attend dedication ceremony at Veterans Village, Downtown, Las Vegas, NV to unveil the completed construction of a rapid deployment house made from recycled ISO shipping containers to address the Veterans Housing Crisis.
By: Veterans Village/SHARE
Arnold Stalk, PhD, Founder, Veterans Village Las Vegas quote:
"We are unveiling the future of emergency and transitional housing for our United States Veterans at Veterans Village, Las Vegas, Nevada. Business as usual is over allowing our U.S. Veterans to live homeless in the streets across the USA with our breakthrough in technology utilizing 100% recycled Ocean containers and off the shelf components to create affordable, well designed and efficient housing called Veterans Village Instant Built House. The initial Master Planned Veterans Village container housing is being planned to be built in Las Vegas and this model can and will be replicated throughout urban cities and rural towns in the United States."~ Arnold Stalk, Founder Veterans Village/SHARE
WHEN: 9:00 am, Friday February 27, 2015
WHERE: Veterans Village, Downtown Las Vegas, 1150 Las Vegas Blvd. South, LV, NV 89104
9:00 am Welcome/
9:05 am Dr. Arnold Stalk, PhD Founder Veterans Village/SHARE
9:15 am Keynote speakers and Invited Guests
9:45 am Unveiling/Ribbon Cutting of Instant Built House Prototype
The Instant Built House prototype will be loaded onto flatbed tow truck and commence motorcade Northbound on Las Vegas Blvd. towards Downtown Las Vegas past City, County and Federal Buildings then return to Veterans Village where the prototype will remain on exhibit until it makes its journey to Washington D.C.
· Public Officials and invited guests
· United States Veteran residents at Veterans Village.
· Arnold Stalk PhD, Founder, Veterans Village.
VV Mission Statement: Veteran's Village is dedicated to the creation of an environment that is home to United States Veterans. This is a unique and innovative approach to holistic and comprehensive housing with support services. Public and private collaborative partnerships have been established to provide services to residents including, employment training and referrals, continuing education and degree programs, nutritional programs, exercise training, medical services, mental health counseling, specialized activities and special events.www.vvlv.org
Arnold Stalk, PhD
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