Tuesday, March 8


For those of you who don't know, RPM is the consulting firm Lance works for. He started out as an 
intern this time last year and has quickly moved up into a Team Lead Manager position. He works 60
 hours a week (I know, crazy hours!) and manages 9 projects. This means that 9 team leads are under
 him and then 2 or 3 people under each of those 9 team leads.

Lance and his 9 teams work very hard to accelerate the growth and competitive edge of their clients.
It's really incredible how much he is learning and the amazing people he gets to rub shoulders with.
As a wife, you want nothing more than for your husband to be happy at work and to be continually
pushed to learn and grow. We feel so blessed that Lance has had the opportunity to work for RPM! We
 could not have chosen a better fit for our family and especially for Lance.

I am so proud of the dedication and hard work he has put into the company. He works incredibly hard so
 that I can stay at home with Crew. I hesitate even putting that on here because I realize that there are 
many moms who would love to stay at home and cant. Or that enjoy their jobs! For us, this set-up has
 been absolutely perfect and I'm grateful everything has seemed to come together to help that happen. 

The culture at RPM is very different than most companies. We have events every few months where all 
the employees and their families are invited to come and have fun! This last one was at Progressive
 Power Tumbling in Provo. It was a blast :)

The RPM partners both have daughters close to Crew's age.

No one made it over without knocking down the stack except for Lance.

This isn't the entire group but here are a lot of the RPM guys!

Haha! This pictures cracks me up.

Kris won the drawing.

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