Our Inauguration Day

An overwhelming majority of New Yorkers voted for Barack Obama last November, and many thought of today as “our” inauguration day.

Across the city, workers took the day off to celebrate with friends and family, students watched the inauguration ceremonies from their classrooms, and residents and tourists flocked to see the pomp and circumstance unfold on enormous screens that were erected in several locations.

Of course, the souvenir vendors were out in force, too, selling mementos of the day Barack Obama became the 44th president of the United States.

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First Black President buttons for sale at Foley Square

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January 20, 2009 badges selling in Union Square

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Inauguration Barack Obama shirt for sale on Broadway

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My President Obama shirt for sale in Foley Square

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2 Responses to Our Inauguration Day

  1. Olivier says:

    grande diff√©rence avec la France, beaucoup de marketing autour de l’√©lection.
    big difference with France, a lot of marketing around the election.

  2. can we be a fren? Really nice blog!

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