It has now been two weeks since the launch of DUTK, which coincided with the relocation of our premises to 3/16 Laycock St, North Gosford.
All the feedback I have received has been incredibly positive and it is pleasing to know that our clients, both existing and new are enjoying the new real and virtual spaces in which we conduct a business.
Every so often I will log-in and update you all on whats new in the DUTK world. This, being the first of those updates. The updates will follow a very similar pattern, Kilts, Pipe Bands, Highland Dancing. It is my hope to encourage you all to think about expanding your contribution to the Scottish Society as well as keeping you informed with key events.
So, whats happening with Kilts? Right now is the time to buy, the British pound is quite weak to our dollar and so the import of items is much less expensive than ever before. Don’t be fooled by old prices, Kilts are less expensive in Australia than ever before. Here @ McFscot we believe in passing that saving on, it was the foundation behind this business and partcularly important to my father. If you’ve been wanting a kilt but don’t want to pay old prices, contact the new DUTK
This week saw the NSW Pipe Band community meet for the NSW State Championships for solo piping and drumming. By all accounts it was an enjoyable day with high standard piping and drumming. Congratulations to all who competed and achieved in the contest.
Similarly in Highland Dancing, the NSW State Championships were held at Castle Hill showground. The dancers endured severe heat and performed outstandingly to complete their championship dances. Congratulations to the winners, and special mention to my client – a student of the Veronica Law School of Highland Dancing, Felicity Warren who placed 2nd Runner-up in the adult category. I am very proud of what we have achieved with Felicity, who joined the VLSHD full-time in 2011. I ‘m looking forward to seeing Felicity dance in Champion of Champions in Hobart next Easter.
On that note, I’m going to wrap up with a reminder to those dancers eligable to compete in Champion of Champions to get your entries in: I was recently at an event hosted by the Tasmanian State Committee and they seem very well prepared to run this event, so dancer’s, like all major dancing events, it’s only as good as YOU make it! Get your entries in and help make Hobart the success they deserve to be!
Look forward to hearing from you re that kilt quote!
Cheers for now – Dougie