PIC opens Inauguration store

The Presidential Inaugural Committee opened a temporary store in downtown Washington on Friday, where it will sell memorabilia previously available on its Web site.

The store is a few blocks east of the White House at 1155 F Street NW, near Metro Center and several hotels. It's about two blocks from Pennsylvania Avenue, the Inauguration Day parade route.  F Street will be closed to car traffic on Inauguration Day. 

“This inauguration is an historic moment for all Americans to come together and celebrate. Whether it is a tote bag or a sweatshirt, this official memorabilia helps Americans across the country share in this special event," PIC spokeswoman Addie Wisenhunt said last week when the online store launched.

See full Washington Post coverage of the 57th Inaugural here.

Natalie Jennings is a Web producer for PostTV.

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