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Great as a gift shop item or corporate gift. The 2009 Barack Obama 56th Presidential Inauguration Ornament is cheaper when bought in quantity! These historic keepsakes are by far the best way to keep your organization in the mind of past, present or future clients.
Made with pride in the U.S.A.
Order your corporate Christmas gifts NOW to avoid delay or disappointment. Delivery time on all orders is 10 - 16 Business days.
All ornaments are insured and delivered to your home by the UPS. UPS is committed to doing "absolutely, positively" whatever it takes to deliver the ornaments to you
|Bulk Price: $11.50+ $50 Shipping and Handling (50 - 99 Ornaments)|
|Bulk Price: $11.00+ $75 Shipping and Handling (100 - 199 Ornaments)|
|Bulk Price: $10.50+ $125 Shipping and Handling (200 - 499 Ornaments)|
|Bulk Price: $10.00+ $200 Shipping and Handling (500 - 999 Ornaments)|
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