Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Obama's $38,500 per Plate SF Victory Fund Dinner

In conjunction with his West Coast trip to appear in a Town Hall streamed live via Facebook, President Obama will also host on April 20 a "Victory Fund" dinner in San Francisco. The per plate required donation: $38,500.

Prospective guests are being told that Obama will visit each table and speak individually to each person, and a photographer will take pictures, according to SFC.

The dinner will be hosted at the home of Salesforce.com CEO Marc Benioff's, located in the Pacific Heights section of San Francisco.

Don't have an extra 38.5k? There are other options to be in the presence the Nobel Peace Prize winner.

Tickets for a “low-dollar” event on the same day at the Masonic Temple in San Francisco are available for $25, $250, $1,000 and $2,500.

The high end ticket, $2,500, gets the donor "a spot in the first three rows of the venue -- along with a photo line shot".

Also, tickets for a fund-raising breakfast the next morning at L.A.’s St. Regis Hotel go for $5,000 and $10,000. The higher-priced ticket gets you a photo with Obama.


  1. The president is a Cash-Cow-in-Chief? If only that was all he was used for. Do you know where these "donations" go exactly, Mr. Wenzel?

  2. "Nobel Peace Prize" winner should always be in quotations when Desert Fox Obama is mentioned.

  3. I thought the maximum allowable donation to presidential campaigns was only $2500 per person by law? How is he allowed to pull in $38500 per person?