Presidential Inauguration: Sponsor Zennie62 Coverage Of Swearing-In Ceremony

inauguration-2013As readers of Zennie62.com know, an email came on Wednesday called “STANDING COMMITTEE OF CORRESPONDENTS, CONGRESSIONAL PRESS GALLERIES,INAUGURAL PRESS TICKET NOTIFICATION” and said:

The Standing Committee of Correspondents has assigned your organization the following for the Presidential Swearing-in Ceremony on the West Front of the U.S. Capitol on Monday, January 21st, 2013.

1 PRESS TICKET(S)

The application for this was made way back in November, just after the election. The time past by and by the time the email arrived I was where I am now: in Las Vegas covering CES 2013 (the Consumer Electronics Show). Since I didn’t budget hotel funds for the Presidential Inauguration, as I believed the press credential wasn’t going to be approved, I opened this sponsorship campaign once I discovered Zennie62 was approved on Wednesday.

To explain, this press ticket places me just a few feet away from the President Of The United States and First Lady Michelle Obama, as he takes the oath of office for his second term. This is history.

Here are the levels of participation for you to become part of history with me and Zennie62.com. I need to raise $1,300

1: $30: – Your name or company name will go in the end credits for each inauguration-related video.

2: $100 – Your name or company name or logo will go in a panel after each inauguration-related video, and before the end credits.

3. $500 – Your name or company name or logo will go in a panel before each inauguration-related video.

4. $700 – Your name or company name or logo will go in a panel before each inauguration-related video, and you will be mentioned as a sponsor at the start of each blog post related to the inauguration.

That’s it. You can contribute via PayPal. The email address is [email protected]

This is also on Indiegogo.com, here:

And please contact me with any questions. The deadline is Friday, February 18th.

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