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Sacramento, CA (BlackNews.com) — As the political realm heats up in preparation for the November presidential election, African American Expressions(TM) (AAE) has released its own hot-off-the-press 2013 Obama wall calendar.

For over twenty years, African American Expressions(TM) has faithfully served the Black community as the market leader in afro-centric gifts. Known for eye-catching designs and poignant art pieces, AAE offers America’s best selection of culturally authentic, inspirational gift items such as Christmas cards, figurines, journals and more.

Among a host of new 2013 calendars being introduced this season, AAE is incredibly pleased to launch the 2013 Barack Obama: Let’s Stay Together calendar, which celebrates the historical significance of the Obama Administration’s campaign for re-election.

The 12×12 calendar features a selection of expertly captured images, which highlight strategic moments of the Obama Administration in the last four years. Accompanied by descriptive captions, photographs include depictions of President Obama addressing constituents, attending a state dinner with First Lady Michelle, and greeting his dog, Bo.

The new calendar is one of over 70 new products introduced for this holiday season, available through AAE’s fundraising program. Since its inception two decades ago the fundraising program has partnered with African American communities to help raise money for thousands of individuals and organizations.

The program functions similarly to candy drives or Avon sales: fundraisers use the AAE holiday catalog to take orders from members of their community, selling items at retail price. Fundraisers then purchase the products at a 40% discounted price, with the difference being their profit to help fund their causes.

It is the hope of AAE that the 2013 Obama: Let’s Stay Together calendar will inspire a new generation of forerunners who will follow in the example set by President Obama and hone their God-given abilities to positively impact the world.

The calendar is available for purchase for $14.95 in the stationery section of AAE’s website, www.black-gifts.com.


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