Michelle Obama Oct. 25 Chicago fund-raiser: “family” photo op for $10,000

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WASHINGTON–First Lady Michelle Obama returns to Chicago on Oct. 25 for a fund-raiser and to team up with Mayor Rahm Emanuel at a “food desert” conference. The fund-raiser has a new six-pack gimmick: for $10,000 a family–up to six people–can pose together for a photo with Mrs. Obama.

The 5 p.m. reception is at Plumbers Hall on the near West Side. There is a sliding price scale from $100 to $10,000 (donated and raised from others.)

April Harley, the Illinois finance chair at the Democratic National Committee, is handling the event.

Below, invite for Michelle Obama event…

YES, I would like to attend the reception on October 25th

$100 – Limited Availability Gen44 Tickets

$500 – General Admission

$7,500 – Host (write or raise)

$1,000 – Preferred Section

$10,000 – Family Photo Reception (max 6 in photo)

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