But while I was there, I got to meet lots of fascinating people who stopped by our booth.
I also got to see a favorite of mine: Giuliana Rancic.
I liked her before, but now I might love her.
SO funny. SO down-to-earth. SO willing to share funny stories about celebrities.
I also bore witness to a rather disturbing phenomenon: The Annual Firefighters Fashion Show. It's a fundraiser for the American Cancer Society where some of our area firefighters come out and strut their stuff.
And by strut their stuff, I mean bust-a-move and take off their shirts.
By disturbing, I don't mean the firefighters. (Well, there's was one disturbing creeper who wouldn't leave the stage....)
I mean the women in attendance. I've never such actions from grown women. It seemed the motto was the older you were, the wilder you could act.
My co-worker Jamie and I couldn't tear our eyes away.
From the actions of the women, not the firefighters.
Here's a pic snapped with my phone at the "grande finale", where they all come out with their firefighter garb on. What I want you to look at is the flock of women running up to the stage, eager to stuff their dollar bills in their pants.
And yes, that's a young child (maybe 7-years-old?) on the right in a purple t-shirt. You can never start too young for important life lessons right? Jeez Louise.