I was recently gifted with some historical Revit early days shirts by Autodesk colleague and early Revit team member Rick Rundell. I believe the shirts are from the Revit 1.0 days circa 2000’ish. I'm going to give you a look as well as an opportunity to get one of these fine early 2000’s classic in BIM apparel.Imagine wearing this to your local Revit user group (not the child tee shirt as that might look weird).
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White button up dress shirt – Size Large
Blue Polo – Size Medium
Yellow children's shirt – Size 4T (2)
Black Revit tee shirt – Size Large
I'm going to give away the shirts! Email me if interested in a specific shirt your remember the old Revit days and fondest memories and projects and how Revit changed your career or business and a photo of those days if you have one. I'm hoping to award a couple of these at Autodesk University coming up in November. If a person awarded one is located in the Pacific Northwest (Seattle and Portland) I will personally hand deliver it along with a beverage of your choice. You must agree to cherish the short and not turn around and auction it off on eBay or the like, after all these are historic BIM artifacts. Email me your Revit history and memories even if you don't want a shirt as I love to hear how our products and technologies are used and the impact they make and best of all to know our customers.