Zuckerberg dresses up formally for ObamaFebruary 20th, 2011 - 3:03 pm ICT by ANI
Washington, Feb 20 (ANI): He is known for wearing a hoodie, T-shirt and jeans around the office, even when presidents swing by. But Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg surprised everyone when he met President Barack Obama recently in a formal suit.
When former President George W. Bush came to Facebook for a live chat in November, Zuckerberg was dressed in his signature casual attire.
So, when Obama was in the San Francisco area to meet with technology leaders on Thursday night, some were wondering what the entrepreneur would wear.
Surprisingly, Zuckerberg did dress up for the occasion, reports the Politico.
A photo posted to the White House Flickr page shows the social networking site’s top guy greeting Obama in a suit. (ANI)
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