Attending a leadership conference as a board member of the South Dakota Bankers Association, Marcia Honomichl asked a hotel receptionist where her event was scheduled. The woman behind the desk politely steered Honomichl toward the spouses’ program. “When I see my husband I will tell him,” Honomichl said, indicating she was the banker, not the banker’s spouse.
Embarrassed, the attendant apologized and gave Honomichl the information she needed. Honomichl proceeded to the banquet room where, as she stood in a line for breakfast, a waiter came up to her to say again that the bankers’ spouses were meeting in . . .
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