The Obama campaign doesn't want presents for the Presidet on his big birthday Sunday, they just want you to spent your time working a phone booth near you. They're promising it'll be a ton of fun to celebrate Obama's 51st.
Anyone who's ever volunteered on a grassroots campaign like ours will tell you: By Election Day, your local field office will feel like home.
And when you move into a new home, it's pretty standard to celebrate with food and friends.
This Sunday, we're getting together to open our new office in Alexandria -- and we have another reason to celebrate: It's also President Obama's 51st birthday. No need to pick up a present, just bring yourself and a friend or two to the party.
Can you make it?
Here are the details:
What: Office opening and birthday party in Alexandria
Where: 8796 Sacramento Dr.
Alexandria, VA 22309
When: Sunday, August 5th
This office is going to be the hub for our organizing in Alexandria. It's where we'll make the calls and plan the outreach that will help President Obama win this fall.
It's also where you'll meet some of the most passionate and interesting people -- the folks that will feel like family by the time Election Day rolls around.
And this weekend, it's your place to celebrate the President's birthday with your neighbors, so I hope you can be there.
Virginia State Field Director
Organizing for America
P.S. -- If you haven't signed the President's birthday card yet, you should do that, too.
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