Company Is Giving Free Tiny Homes To People Around The World To Use As Airbnbs

Rice Lake, WI — December 4, 2018 – – ESCAPE Homes is giving free tiny homes to people around the world to use as Airbnbs as part of its new “Free ESCAPE Tiny House Program.”

Recipients will manage the tiny houses as rental income properties for a year, with the opportunity to purchase them for their own use at any time.

“We’ve seen the interest in tiny home vacations soar,” says ESCAPE Homes founder, Dan Dobrowolski. “Launching this new Program allows us to introduce the vacation experience to more people across the country while offering our partners a chance to build a tiny (bad pun intended) business along the way.”

So far, the company is delivering its newest style, ESCAPE Boho, to residents of Arizona, California, Florida, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Montana, Oregon, and Tennessee.

It’s also in discussions to place its designs on beachfront property in Jamaica and the Bordeaux area of France.

Partners will manage the tiny home vacation rentals for a one-year period (via Airbnb or an equivalent) and receive 40% of total revenue after any booking, credit card or other fees associated with the direct rental of the unit.

They will also offer a site that is accessible for delivery of the tiny house, including a flat and solid pad. ESCAPE Homes are designed as RVs and, therefore, do not require a foundation.

Partners are also providing power and other utilities including water and septic as well as maintaining housekeeping and liability insurance for their location.

Visit Free ESCAPE Tiny House Program or email  for more details.

ESCAPE Tiny Home Images(Photo Credit: ESCAPE RV/Steve Niedorf)


About ESCAPE Homes

ESCAPE Homes is acclaimed, both nationally and internationally, for the design of innovative portable tiny homes that blend the best characteristics of a tiny home and RV and inspired by the Prairie-style resort cottages at Canoe Bay in northwest Wisconsin.

Canoe Bay owner, Dan Dobrowolski, enlisted the expertise of Frank Lloyd Wright, protege, John Rattenbury, and Kelly Davis (AIA) award winning architect emeritus from SALA Architects in Minneapolis, to design some of the resort cottages. ESCAPE Homes is his realization to bring these architectural gems to the public in a smaller, portable way.

For more information, visit ESCAPE Homes or call 844-696-3722.

(Additional images available upon request –please email

Media Contact:  Susan Maier,, Tel:  (402) 671-8822


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