Cisco Live 2016 is coming and so are the kilts

Forget winter, Cisco Live 2016 is coming, and it is going to be hot! No, I’m not referring to the fact that it is taking place in Las Vegas, NV during July. I am referring to #KiltedMonday.

“What is #KiltedMonday“, you ask? Simple, it’s when people wear kilts to Cisco Live.

“Why would people wear kilts to Cisco Live”, you ask? Because we will be in Las Vegas in July. Kilts are breezy.

kiltedmonday

Yes, people actually wear kilts to Cisco Live.

No really, Kilted Monday started as a joke on Twitter last year between myself@ucgod, and @wifijanitor. That joke blossomed and bloomed until @CiscoLive picked it up and put us on the Photo Scavenger Hunt.

Now, it seems the joke has grown legs. (See what I did there?)

@DeniseFishburn has ordered her kilt, and @amyengineer and @ScottMorrisCCIE are joining us. Let’s face it…if Denise is doing it, you know it will be fun.

This is your official invite to be part of the cool (and breezy) crowd. 

So, you want to join in, but sadly have found yourself kilt-less. No worries, I ordered mine from damnnearkiltem.com. I like my kilt, they are well priced, and have great shipping. Plus, with a name like that, how can you resist? (No, I don’t get a commission)

I will suggest that you must! measure yourself per their directions. I had to exchange the first kilt I ordered. Your pants size is not your kilt size.

Also, if you haven’t  already registered, now is a great time to get registered for Cisco Live US 2016. It’s going to be another great year!

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One thought on “Cisco Live 2016 is coming and so are the kilts

  1. Pingback: Going to CiscoLive US 2016? Don’t Forget Your Kilt!

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