|Jan. 8, 2009--Inaugural items for sale at Chocolate Moose and at Downs Engravers and Stationers, both on L Street, N.W. in downtown Washington, DC.|
|Jan. 12, 2009--"Inauguration
|Jan. 13, 2009--Trover Card Shop
at 12th and F. (more)
|Jan. 15, 2009--The Bluemercury
Inauguration Facial, for $120.09...
"This 'best-of' facial includes enhancesd cleansing, manual exfoliation, extractions,
treatment mask, oxygen therapy, vitamin C treatment and a brow styling. Leaves
skin balanced and glowing, and eyes bright with youthful excitement. (A $155 value)."
Jan. 16, 2009--The "Yes We Can" Opener in a store on
Connecticut Ave. is also
available at www.stupid.com. According to the promotional copy
[spelling errors included],
"If Barak Obama wins, it will be a valuable collectible commemorating
our nation's first African American president that will sell on Ebay
for many hundreds of dollars. And if Barak Obama loses, you have
yourself a can opener."
|Jan. 17, 2009--Banner on Lux
Lounge near the Convention Center.
|Jan. 18, 2009--Store on
Connecticut Ave., N.W. near Dupont Circle.
|Jan. 18, 2009--Books-A-Million
at Dupont Circle.
|Jan. 18, 2009 -- Au Bistro du Coin on Connecticut Ave. offers Obama posters created by French artist for $15 plus tax.|
|Jan. 18, 2009--Sign in the
window of a CVS store promotes Inaugural Edition President Obama Topps
|Jan. 18, 2009--Urban Outfitters
|Jan. 18, 2009--Kate Spade bags
including commemorative Hope Totes in Georgetown.
|Jan. 19, 2009--Tote bags for sale on Connecticut Ave., N.W. (Obama Limited Edition large $90, medium $75; Inauguration large $75; medium $68. The bags are handmade by Flashbags in Burlington, VT.).|
|"Come in and ask aboutout
discount specials for all your Inaugural printing needs" at NRI on
DeSales Street, N.W..
|Copyright © 2009 Eric M. Appleman/Democracy in Action||