New shirts for Obama’s Seattle visit
The people who came up with the “Obooma” t-shirts after President Obama’s visit earlier this fall, have just cranked out new shirts to honor his visit today. They say:
If you love social media, and you know I do, you’ll appreciate the hashtag or # which is used to help search for topics on Twitter.
Nology Media, a Seattle-based social media marketing company, came up with these.
CEO Leigh Fatzinger says, “More than ever, Twitter and other social platforms can help drive messaging and getting out the vote. Will this campaign be as big as the first Obooma? We hope it will be even bigger – because this election matters.”
Both of these designs have small OBOOMA logos on the bottom to remind people of President Obama’s visit to Seattle in August which was marked by a sonic boom, caused by two fighter jets scrambling when a plane wandered into protected air space.
Any money generated from the sale of these t-shirts will be divided equally and shared between the 5 Race For A Ride charities, including the Arthritis Foundation of Washington, The Moyer Foundation, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, Special Olympics of Washington, and Seattle Children’s Hospital.