Bonnie Blue is a door-to-door "storm-door" saleswoman in the distressed town of Shamrock, USA. Down-on-her-luck and up against a recession, the harder she chases a sale, the faster doors slam in her face. Her boss, Flip Smyth of Flip Siding, preaches disaster capitalism, rallying his young bucks into the battle cry: "Flip the switch!" -- his mantra to turn a customer's "No" into a "Yes." An equal-opportunity bully, Flip relishes publicly shaming Bonnie and his token minority office manager, Don Stuckey, her sole ally and secret lover. After hours, Bonnie and Don find comfort in each other's arms, inspiring Bonnie to rekindle a childhood passion and close her first deal. But when Flip pulls a bait-and-switch to avoid paying her commission, she finally challenges him, sending him into a rage as fierce as the funnel cloud that hovers on the horizon. Discouraged but determined, Bonnie chases the storm -- ultimately driven to confront the storm churning within.