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$38,500 Dinner with a Side of Obama

President Obama will host two fundraisers, one in Woodside and one in Atherton.

Before hitting the political trail, President Barack Obama has two important stops to make Sunday: former Symantec CEO John W. Thompson’s home in Woodside and Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg's home in Atherton, according to the San Francisco Chronicle.

If your budget's a little tight this month, you can head to the meet and greet at the Thompson residence for a mere $2,500 before heading to the Sandberg home where a dinner plate will cost you $38,500. But no matter how expensive the food you’re consuming, the Q&A with the President belongs in the “Priceless” category in a cheesy Mastercard commercial.

Though photos with the president will cost $7,500 at the Thompson home, according to TechCrunch, the framed picture over your mantle to impress your guests could be a runner-up for priceless.

Check back on Redwood City Patch for photos of the hoopla.

Barb Valley September 25, 2011 at 06:49 PM
Say hello to the President $2500 Have picture taken with the President $7500 Dinner with the President $38,500 Living in a country where you can freely express your opinion and even spread lies about the President .... Priceless.
Mary Dunckel Worth September 25, 2011 at 08:51 PM
So very true, Lou.........
Susan Swope September 25, 2011 at 10:20 PM
It is being deleted as inappropriate. President Obama is not Muslim and you know it. Dislike him if you wish. Vote for someone else next November. But show respect for his office. Didn't your momma raise you right?
Susan Swope September 25, 2011 at 10:22 PM
Right on, Barb, as usual.
Joseph Carrillo May 04, 2012 at 08:00 AM
If I owned two cars I would sell both just to see Obama. This would also be great publicity for how over priced meeting the president is. A lot of Americans think they are poor, but still own a car. If these fake poor sold their car and got a bike they may just be able to see Obama.

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