|Amazon.com Launches Inauguration Store|
New Store Features Everything Customers Need to Get Ready for the Presidential Inauguration
"A lot of people will be participating in the upcoming inauguration,
whether they are planning to attend or host a party at home," said Craig
Berman, director of communications for
The Inauguration Store features a countdown to the event, along with a host of product ideas to help customers prepare. Those who are attending can find top cameras, outerwear and other items to stay warm and capture history at the event. For those watching from home, the store features the latest in home entertaining and Barack Obama-related souvenirs and memorabilia.
To check out the Amazon Inauguration Store, visit www.amazon.com/inauguration.
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