Please meet El Proto Loco
A few months ago, on a regular Monday morning our team was surprised to hear a loud and clear Cock-a-doodle-doo. At first we thought that someone had a new ringtone on their smartphone or it was a sound of an alarm. However it turned out to be an actual rooster, standing right outside of the front door in the parking lot, looking rather sad and thin. Team Proto instantly fell in love with this lovely creature and he was immediately spoiled to all the crackers we could possibly find around the office. We did not expect the rooster to stay, and were worried that some stray cat might hunt him down. Nevertheless, the next morning the rooster was still there, greeting us with his Cock-A-Doodle-Doo! It looked like he decided to make our factory and parking lot his new home. Our leading architect, Karen Mitri, came up with a wonderful name “EL PROTO LOCO”!
Rooster entering your life means that you have something to accomplish and the time to “rise and shine” is now!
According to Native American beliefs, The vigilant Rooster alerts you to new and unique opportunities. Associated with the dawn and springtime, Rooster is a sign of good health, prosperity and beginnings.
“We think that everything happens for reason and El Proto Loco embodies the fighting spirit of Team Proto to disrupt the homebuilding industry and make room for a new generation of homes that are smart, modern and green” Frank Vafaee, CEO of Proto Homes (pictured below with El Proto Loco).
SPLASH POLISH ROOSTER
Polish (Poland) chickens were actually first developed several hundred years ago in Holland. Originally bred for their eggs, now Polish chickens are primarily show birds because of their beautiful and unique plummage, especially their fantastic, hat-like or punk hair-like crests. Polish chickens are available in a wide variety of colors: red, buff, blue, brown laced, silver laced, black, splash, white, and marbled. Polish chickens are very docile and friendly and lay small white eggs. Because of their ornamental feathers, Polish chickens may have difficulty in extremely cold, stormy, wet, or muddy conditions and may sometimes require a crest “haircut” if the feathers begin to block their vision. Polish Crested chickens also have a bantam (miniature) counterpart. This breed is great comic relief to their owners. They have a funny look and a friendly disposition, which makes them a great candid for pets. They tend to have vision problems as their top hats often cover their eyes and impair their vision, which often makes them even more the butt of jokes as they bounce off of walls and doors.