Barack H. Obama arrives to his inauguration as the 44th President of the U.S. at the Capitol Jan. 20, 2009 in Washington. (Photo by Jim Bourg-Pool/Getty Images)
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WASHINGTON - In need of some gym socks? How about a pair of cufflinks? Well, if you really like President Barack Obama, you may be able to pick up your little piece of history at the 57th presidential inauguration online store.
Yahoo! News reported the 2013 Presidential Inauguration Committee has launched a website where shoppers can purchase anything from everyday apparel such as T-shirts and tube socks, or if they’re looking for something a little more pricey, they can venture over to the commemorative page and purchase a medallion set with a $7,500 price tag.
And for those who don’t care much for the president, they can purchase a commemorative golf ball set and whack them into the trees, should they choose to do so. Those will set you back $25.
Yahoo! News also reported any purchase is donated to help fund the parade, balls and other inaugural celebrations.
Click here to see the website for the presidential inauguration store.
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