User:Sierra Sugar

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Sierra Sugar

Sierra Sugar - Neko

Sierra Sugar has been a resident of the virtual world Second Life since March 2005. She is a DJ and voice personality both in Second Life and internet radio since late 2005. She's worked with a variety of clubs and businesses in Second Life to include Ozimals, Tiny Empires, Rezzable, SL7B, SL8B, Burning Man, Relay for Life, Seven Ultra Lounge, The Weather Channel, Surf Rider's Foundation through Namiko, and various other associations.

"Sie" or "Kitty" as her friends call her, also is involved with event planning and promotion throughout the SL grid. Along with her social networking, Sierra has a love for virtual photography and fashion. You can join her DJ group "Sierra's Circle" inside Second Life to catch her DJ shows.

Sierra is also a "Neko" and has been since her early days in Second Life, making her one of the few original Neko's in SL.

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