What would you do if you were driving down a busy two lane highway and saw a single woman with moving boxes scattered over the roadway?

If you were Adam Maher you would not think twice about stopping immediately and risking life and limb to retrieve said boxes from the
middle of the road!  Mr. Maher is a friend and client of IPG who joined us for a recent river trip in Moab.  On the way back to Salt Lake City we came upon a women who was moving across country by herself.  She had what appeared to be a travelling swap meet precariously tied down to the top of her aging Ford Explorer.  When we arrived, half of the contents of her boxes (including Grandma’s glassware, knick knacks, etc.) had been pulverized into the ground by several passing motorists.  But this did not stop Adam from being of service.  He collected what he could, boxed it back up and started the process of re-securing her load.

It was inspiring and at the same time tense to watch as semi-tractors would fly by at freeway speeds just feet from where our cars were parked on the narrow shoulder.  What was most impressive was the true act of kindness and selflessness demonstrated by Adam.  We hope to be a little bit more like him in the way we treat everybody, from our friends, our clients, our families, and yes even people we have never met, nor may see again.

Thanks Adam for showing us what True Service looks like!