Portfolio of Steve Tanner | Lake Zurich Counselor | Beverage Reviews | TannerWorld Junction Forums


SteveandAmySly.com - HomeSteveandAmySly.com - Home


About Us

About Steve & Amy
Send us a message

Send a Message

Special Features

Beverage Reviews
Disney DVD Inserts
CNA Plaza
State Street Windows
Jack's Bar-B-Que

Personal Trainer Ft. Wayne

Olympic Broadcaster Logos

Year of a Million Disappointments

Paying the Bills

Previously on...

Exploring the Door


Ridin' the Dixie

Theme Park Thursdays: Star Brick

New logo for Jewel-Osco

Theme Park Thursdays: Fair Be Gone

2 Years with Wesley

Steve's 25 Days of Christmas Music 2013 LIVE!

Theme Park Thursdays: Refurb America

Theme Park Thursdays: 75?

Caption This: Dancin' Wesley Edition

In the Presence of Typos

Theme Park Thursdays: Mary Poppins Must Be Ticked!

Theme Park Thursdays: Camping at Walt Disney World

Theme Park Thursdays: Green Flag


View all entries

View Our Wedding

Notable Adventures

The Great Road Trip
Costa Rica 2007
Illinois Route 66
CPC 2006
Pacific Northwest
Rushin' to Nashville
RAV Rapids Rally
CPC 2005
Cheesy Beacons
Rampage & Rain
Motor City Indiucky
BBQ Part Deux
Lights Festival Foray
Galena Getaway
What's That Smell?
Lighthouse Voyage
Smoky Mountains
Ancient Addresses
Snow Sculpting
Phun in Philly
Time Zone Woes
Canadian Adventure
Wedding - 02/02/02

Netflix Nuggets

Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows

The Hunger Games

My Neighbor Totoro

Green Lantern

What About Bob?

What About Bob?

The Green Hornet

Scarlet Pimpernel

Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol



Click here to see an XML representation of the content of this weblog.
Click here to add the content of this weblog to Bloglines
Click here to add the content of this weblog to My Yahoo!
Click here to add the content of this weblog to My MSN
Click here to add the content of this weblog to Google
Click here to add the content of this weblog to Newsgator
Click here to add the content of this weblog to Rojo
Click here to add the content of this weblog to Pluck



You'll never dry your hands normally again. Seriously! Because of a simple photo and link from their website, Steve and Amy discover the intriguing world of ImpressionAire warm air hand dryers complete with digital advertising. Some may say this is an unhealthy obsession...!


Discovering ImpressionAire
Steve and Amy discover a unique way to dry your hands during an Arena Football game at the Allstate Arena (Rosemont, IL). Typically, it's not wise to take photos in the bathroom!

Viewing the Ad Rotation
During a disappointing Chicago Rush loss, Steve gets bored and further investigates the types of advertising featured on the ImpressionAire hand dryers. Go Chicago Wolves!

Visiting The Palace of Auburn Hills
No, they don't have ImpressionAire. The fools! How can Georgia Pacific's enMotion Automated Towel Dispensing System compete with warm air and good old American commercialism?

Steve and Amy meet Kristine
Because the Internet brings the world so much closer, fate smiles on Steve and Amy as they share an Arena Football game with Kristine from ImpressionAire. The Rush won, so all is good!

Sharing the "Impression" with others
Bringing friends to the Allstate Arena is a great way to expose them to the sport of Arena Football. Inviting them into the bathroom may be a bit awkward, if it wasn't to show off the ImpressionAire!

Free Pizza
Steve says, "I love ImpressionAire digital washroom advertising systems!" Well, maybe he just says that because it's become a crazy tradition to snap bathroom photos at Rush games.

O'Hare does ImpressionAire (hey, that rhymes!)
A pilot installation (no pun intended) at O'Hare International Airport proves beneficial to the ImpressionAire experience... and here are some special photos to see for yourself!

Hand dryer update during the AFL 2006 season
There were 3 hand dryers mounted at normal level and 1 extra one mounted lower for kids. I noticed that the Bud Light ad only appeared on the kids dryer. What the heck?

Next Gen ImpressionAire dryers at Shedd Aquarium
The new units feature a wireless antenna, 12-inch screens, and very high resolution displays. In contrast, the old school units had to be connected via a dial-up modem.