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.