A week before the Republican National Convention was set to kick off in Tampa, Fla., CEO Michael Howe and his staff at onPeak had their eyes on the weather. Tropical Storm Isaac was churning through the Caribbean and appeared to be on course to hit the Sunshine State right around the time of the RNC, scheduled for August 27–30. There was a real possibility that all the preparations could be scattered to the winds. So onPeak (the RNC’s official housing bureau), along with the ...

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