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Dreaming about inaugural decadence is fun, but no one would actually do this, part of the Madison Hotel’s $47,000 inauguration package, right?
Dedicated Social Media Butler, Anchor Media’s Victoria Devine to chronicle your Inaugural experience so your friends and family can follow your adventures on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and Pinterest. The Social Media Butler will post on all of your accounts so you don’t have to fumble for your phone to catch that perfect Facebook profile picture!
Alternately, you can email your pictures to the butler, who will post them instead. And there’s an extra perk for your money: Jay Leno has already made a terrible joke about how rich you are.
“The Madison Hotel in Washington, D.C., listen to this — is offering an inaugural Town and Country package. Two people; it includes four nights, a private car, a driver, a social media butler, and the cost is $47,000,” Leno said in his “Tonight Show” monologue. “Unfortunately, the only people that can afford that kind of money voted for Romney.”
Elsewhere in self-consciously bananas inaugural packages, the Fairmont’s $100,000 inauguration deal comes with fake Secret Service agents.
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