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Alvin Malazarte

Vacavia Cottages & Cabins’ Demonstrates an Ongoing Commitment to Process Improvement

In the ever-evolving manufacturing space, staying ahead of the curve and delivering exceptional products and service is a constant endeavor. At Vacavia Cottages & Cabins, our commitment to excellence has led us to embrace Six Sigma, a data-driven methodology focused on process improvement. We are thrilled to announce that Gina Tabasso, director of marketing & business development and a dedicated team member, has completed her Six Sigma Green Belt and is starting her Black Belt, which marks a significant milestone in our continuous improvement journey. As a Green Belt, Gina has acquired the skills and knowledge needed to analyze and solve problems within our processes and will contribute significantly to enhancing operational efficiency.

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Alvin Malazarte

Building Connections at the 2024 ACA National Conference

Vacavia Cottages & Cabins, a manufacturer of park model homes, tiny homes, and modular homes, recently participated in the 2024 ACA National Conference in New Orleans, La. This event served as an invaluable platform for industry leaders to reconvene, exchange ideas, and explore innovative approaches to enhancing the camping experience for guests.

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Alvin Malazarte

$10k Bank of America Scholarship

The H-2A migrant worker visa program is essential to the United States agricultural workforce. Designed to address labor shortages in the farming sector, this program allows U.S. employers or agents to hire foreign nationals for temporary agricultural work. Compliance measures and modifications to housing standards have recently been implemented to enhance worker protection. Exploring how the H-2A program can tie into the growing ecotourism trend is also a benefit to farm owners and visitors.

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Alvin Malazarte

Exploring the H-2A Migrant Worker Visa Program and its Potential for Ecotourism Integration

The H-2A migrant worker visa program is essential to the United States agricultural workforce. Designed to address labor shortages in the farming sector, this program allows U.S. employers or agents to hire foreign nationals for temporary agricultural work. Compliance measures and modifications to housing standards have recently been implemented to enhance worker protection. Exploring how the H-2A program can tie into the growing ecotourism trend is also a benefit to farm owners and visitors.

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Alvin Malazarte

The Tiny House Movement: A Journey into Simplicity and Sustainability

The concept of living in a tiny house has gained significant traction in recent years, with a rich history dating back to Henry David Thoreau’s experiment in 1845 when he lived in a 10’x15’ cabin at Walden Pond. Today, tiny houses capture the imaginations of individuals seeking a simpler, more sustainable, and affordable lifestyle.

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