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Saturday, September 1, 2012

Obama day at Pyramid Books

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  • Obama day at Pyramid Books.

Obama day at Pyramid Books.
  • Obama day at Pyramid Books.

Every Saturday until Election Day, Pyramid Books and Framing (with Hearne Fine Art, owned by Garbo and Archie Hearne) at 1001 Wright Ave. will host Obama Day with T-shirts, stickers and campaign materials. Contribute $25 to the campaign and get a free bar of ab.sorbed faded glory natural soap. This way, both you and Obama will clean up!

Obama Day runs today until 5 p.m.

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