You’re going to D.C. for Obama’s Inauguration? You will certainly want to let your friends and family to follow your adventures on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and Pinterest, but you’ll probably won’t have time for that. No problem, just make sure to book the Inaugural Town and Country package at Washington’s Madison Hotel.
What’s the point if you living the good life, and others don’t know for that. So, you need someone else to Instagram your excitement. That will do your personal social media butler. Although, that will cost you $47,000, but at least, you know that you’ll be immortalized on the social networks by proffesional hand.
The role of the social butler is assigned to Victoria Devine, founder of Anchor Media, a D.C.-based social marketing firm, who will take the responsibility to meet the social media needs of her inauguration-bound clientele.
“I think it’s really exciting,” Devine told “It’s new. It’s unique. The title is awesome, and I love showing people D.C.” Devine sees it as an opportunity, willing to work “24/7 if they prefer” but most people would want to get some sleep between all the partying.
Beside hiring a devoted Twitter and Facebook manager, the Inaugural Town and Country package also includes four night stay in one of The Madison’s Presidential Suites, Private Presidential Inauguration tour for you and 22 of your friends, a night at the Landsdowne Resort with a couple’s massage, and personal town car and driver that will whisk you around D.C., and a $5,000 shopping excursion at for the perfect wardrobe at exclusive Madison retail partner, Brooks Brothers.
“This is such a special time in D.C. and we don’t want our guests to miss a thing, so we’re ensuring that they will have everything they need and are dressed to the nines,” says Jim Horsman, Managing Director, The Madison. “We could not be more excited to partner with such a legendary brand that will speak to our guests. Brooks Brothers’ level of service and attention to detail matches what we strive to achieve every day at The Madison.”