One + July 2011 - (Page 82)

Saving Lives, BY DAVID BASLER One Bar at a Time Shawn Seipler stepped out of his Holiday Inn guest room and saw what he thought was his window of opportunity—five open doors and not a maid in sight. Without giving it a second thought, he bolted in and out of each room, with a singular goal—collect the used soap. He dashed into each bathroom, grabbing the wet, and definitely used (“one of them by someone who was obviously very hairy,” Seipler said) bars of soap and quickly threw them into a plastic bag—racing the clock to finish before the maid returned. 82 82 one+ one+ 07.11 07.11

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of One + July 2011

One + July 2011
Energy of Many
Paradigm Shifts, Part II
Web Watch
Ask the Experts
Recognizing Community and Organizational Excellence
Art of Travel
The Prism Effect
Top Spots
Using New Tech for Old Purposes
So You Think You Can Dance
Don’t Use Tech You Don’t Understand
Are You In It to Win It?
Anything is Possible
Night of the Radishes
Well Played
When People Come Together, Magic Happens
Size Matters
Building a Better FAM
One Bar at a Time
Industry Insights
Your Community
Making a Difference
Until We Meet Again

One + July 2011