Thursday, January 10, 2013

The inauguration

The 57th Presidential Inauguration
Friend --

Thanks for being part of the inauguration -- only the 57th in our nation's history.

We put together a video to welcome you on board -- a look back on President Obama's first inauguration four years ago. Watch it here, and then share with your friends:

Video: Our People, Our Future

Official events begin soon, but here are four ways to get involved right now:


Check out the official inaugural website for details about events, info about the organizations participating in the parade, and -- my personal favorite -- fun facts about past inaugurations.

Thanks for pledging to serve during the National Day of Service. On Saturday, January 19th, citizens from across the country will be joining in a tradition the Obama family started in 2009 -- spending a few hours doing service work in their community to celebrate the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. You've already committed to participate, and were automatically entered to win a trip to D.C. for the inauguration -- now, find an event in your area, and RSVP.

Between the Inaugural Parade and the ceremony itself, we're counting on a lot of dedicated people like you to play important roles in making this an event worthy of our great nation. If you're planning on being in or around D.C., sign up to volunteer at the inauguration.

Shop the 57th Presidential Inauguration Store and celebrate four more years of President Obama and Vice President Biden by picking up some official inauguration merchandise.

Here's the link to that video again:

Thanks, look forward to seeing you out there.


Stephen J. Kerrigan
Chief Executive Officer
2013 Presidential Inaugural Committee

P.S. -- You can also get the latest updates about the inauguration on Facebook and Twitter.


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