Hot, Baby, Hot

We had a 2-4 minute time frame to distribute 5,000 signs. I ran from section to section, passing out bundles as quickly as possible to the people in the end seats, asking them to take one and pass them down. Several people volunteered to help pass them out in each section, which made my job much easier. I ran up the stairs, trying to get to the top as fast as possible, making sure the people in the nose bleed seats got their fair share of signs as well. A woman stood up, reached over, touched my shoulder and said, “You’re the hottest Visibility Whip I’ve ever seen. You go, girl.” At first I was startled until I noticed it was a friend from San Francisco. Then I simply laughed.

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