IMH’s Tier 3 Department experienced a one of a kind team building adventure at the Escape Room recently. They had an hour to find a way to escape from the Inheritance Room with 6 people. Not only did they escape the room but, set a new record by escaping in 25 minutes. The previous record was a group of 8 that escaped in 35 minutes. Congrats to you T3 for continuing to raise the bar!
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On Saturday, October 17th IMH’s Support Leadership Team took on the bi-monthly task of making Sentara Way beautiful. We appreciate the time our team members took to maintain the beauty of our street, but also caring about our environment. You guys Rock!!
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Every year InMotion Hosting holds a company wide School Supply Drive, collecting school supplies for children in the Virginia Beach, VA and Los Angeles, CA communities. This year we did things a little different. We partnered up with For Kids in Virginia Beach and Los Angeles Youth Network in LA. Both are non-profit foundations that collect supplies to contribute to homeless students.
We are happy to say that the IMH team collected a large amount of supplies that put smiles on many students faces to start out their 2015 School Year! Huge shout out the the IMH Team and all their great work. If you are looking for a career where you too can help with your local community email your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We recently had team members attend WordCamp Baltimore. You can check out their experience below.
Arnel’s Road Trip Selfie
WordCamp Baltimore was my first traveling foray into the world of WordPress enthusiast user groups. I’ve been to many conventions and helped to host user groups, but WordCamps are in a class all their own. WordCamps are held worldwide and can vary from a small group of people to a large group numbering in the thousands. This Baltimore trip was more in the size of a smaller group but it was still a great event to attend. It was the first opportunity for the Community Support team to travel together as well. Our group of six included a member of our sales team (Danny), and most of the Community Support team from Virginia Beach – John Paul, Scott, Tim Sisson (Tim S.), Tim Elsass (Tim L.) and myself. Our manager, Tim S., was the chauffeur for the trip graciously putting up with a bunch of restless guys in the five hour trip there and back.
Once we got our stuff in place and rested up a little, we headed out to a restaurant called Wit and Wisdom. While the service was not the greatest, the views of the Baltimore downtown waterfront were amazing. We got a little bit to eat and planned how we would end the evening.
Danny was visiting an old friend in Baltimore so the rest of us were left to decide how to spend the evening. I ended up working on the InMotion Hosting Support Center website as customer questions still needed to be answered. Both Tims ended up going back to attend the WordPress dinner in a place called the James Joyce Pub. John Paul, Scott and I ended up exploring nearby restaurants for some local food for dinner and then settled for a movie or college football games. The first night ended uneventfully as we got some rest in preparation for the busy day ahead.
The next started early as we were volunteers in registration and helping with the speakers of the WordCamp. We also needed to get the InMotion Hosting sponsor table setup – complete with many goodies to give to any curious visitor. Saturday was a bit gloomy with impending rain, so it was a perfect day to be indoors for the event.
Click here to read more about their adventure. If you would like to be part of a company that invest in their team members and the community. Submit your resume to email@example.com.