Posts Tagged ‘Obama’

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Inaugural Official Guidebook

January 17, 2009
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Official Inaugural Guide

Did you know there’s an Official Guidebook for the 56th Presidential Inaugural?  It’s free and it’s here.

Also, Black Enterprise Magazine featured an article titled Step Out in Style Inaugural Weekend about what to wear and do in Washngton DC this weekend.  At the top of their list?  Ojamas!  Way to go, B.E!

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VoteForChange.com – The Power of a Dream

October 2, 2008

When I read Barack’s books, when I listened to his speeches, and as I understood his vision, I was struck by the the power of a dream. As King inspired the world with his dream of equality and justice, so Obama inspires us with his dream of unity and a better America. Experience is in the eye of the beholder, and the quality of one’s experience far outweighs the quantity in my opinion. If you are not registered to vote, unsure, would like to confirm your polling location or have any questions about voting, I urge you to visit VoteForChange.com. Ojamas Sleepwear put together this little montage in support of voter registration. There is no overestimating the power of a dream, and no better way to dream than in Ojamas.

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Sing for Change

October 2, 2008

Ojamas Sleepwear is looking for a Michigan choir who wants to lift up Barack Obama in song.  22 children got together back in August to sing a song of hope.  Their song has come under criticism from the Right as a professionally scripted media insertion rather than the grass roots effort it claimed to be.  Ojamas Sleepwear says, “so what.”  We’d like to get a good adult gospel choir to render a version of the song that raises the roof with no pretension other than to lift our man as high as possible.   Here’s the children’s version if you haven’t seen it.

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Obama Stuff

September 18, 2008
http://www.ojamas.us

Our award for the most intelligent, creative, and fun idea goes to Ojamas Sleepwear. Which came first, the name or the product design? The Michigan company playfully conjured up the idea by thinking of words real and imagined that rhymed with Obama. Pajama was one of the first words that came to mind and the contraction was an immediate and obvious winner. They considered several design ideas, and settled on the

“all-over O” in a staggered step-and-repeat pattern which has drawn praise from as far away as Australia where World News called them “the latest in political fashion chic.” Originally planned to ship world-wide in time for the Democratic National Convention, the factory hit a snag and the initial product varied too significantly from the original design specification. They were sent back to square one and are now planning to begin filling a backlog of orders by the second week of October, just in time for the presidential election. A portion of the proceeds from sales are to be donated to the Obama/Biden campaign. Well done, Ojamas. I’ll take five pairs. To order yours, visit www.Ojamas.us.

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Obama Sales

September 18, 2008
http://www.ojamas.us

Our award for the most intelligent, creative, and fun idea goes to Ojamas Sleepwear. Which came first, the name or the product design? The Michigan company playfully conjured up the idea by thinking of words real and imagined that rhymed with Obama. Pajama was one of the first words that came to mind and the contraction was an immediate and obvious winner. They considered several design ideas, and settled on the

“all-over O” in a staggered step-and-repeat pattern which has drawn praise from as far away as Australia where World News called them “the latest in political fashion chic.” Originally planned to ship world-wide in time for the Democratic National Convention, the factory hit a snag and the initial product varied too significantly from the original design specification. They were sent back to square one and are now planning to begin filling a backlog of orders by the second week of October, just in time for the presidential election. A portion of the proceeds from sales are to be donated to the Obama/Biden campaign. Well done, Ojamas. I’ll take five pairs. To order yours, visit www.Ojamas.us.