Inauguration: Disaster or Delight? New E-Book Reveals How to Survive (and Enjoy) the Biggest Event in Washington, D.C. History

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Visitors heading to Washington, D.C. for Barack Obama's Inauguration need to know what to expect and how to prepare. Information about the Inauguration is scattered in lots of different places, making research difficult and time-consuming. Nifty Net Notes has prepared an e-book, The Ultimate Survival (and Enjoyment) Guide for Obama's Inauguration, that brings everything they need to know together in one place. With maps, checklists, and tips for enjoying the day, it's indispensable for D.C. visitors and residents alike.

Millions of people are expected to make the trip to Washington, D.C. to witness the Inauguration of Barack Obama as the forty-fourth President of the United States on January 20th. Many will go away disappointed - not at the ceremony or the parade, but because of unexpected things like having umbrellas and camera cases confiscated and not being able to bring strollers. Preparing for traffic, weather and enormous crowds is the key to enjoying this historic day. Today Nifty Net Notes launched its e-book, The Ultimate Survival (and Enjoyment) Guide for Obama's Inauguration, which will help local participants and visitors prepare for and enjoy their historic visit. Nifty Net Notes has performed extensive research with local agencies, D.C. insiders, scores of websites and consulted experts on how to best prepare for an event of this scale and disruption.

Anyone coming to Washington, D.C. for the Inauguration needs to know what to expect when they arrive and how to prepare. Knowing about street closings, restroom facilities, contingency planning, what to bring and what to leave at home means the difference between one of the most treasured memories of a lifetime and a long day of frustration, cold, hunger and anxiety. The Ultimate Survival Guide is available immediately for $9.99 via e-book at Jan20Survival.com and it is an essential guide for any visitor planning a trip to Washington, D.C. for the Inauguration.

"I have been living in Washington, D.C. for nearly 20 years, looking forward to the inauguration and was very frustrated with the lack of quality information to plan my day. I have had scores of out-of-town friends call with concerns and anxiety about their visit and it was clear that a simple, detailed guidebook was needed for this momentous occasion, said David Dodson, publisher of the Ultimate Survival Guide. With event maps, ticket information and detailed checklists of things to bring and things to leave at home, the Ultimate Survival (and Enjoyment) Guide will give visitors more peace-of-mind and save them the time, hassle and confusion of doing their own research as they plan their trips to Washington, D.C.

About Nifty Net Notes
Nifty Net Notes was created to fill a void of too-much, often conflicting, often incomplete information about the Inauguration. Through our research specialists, detailed analysis, consultation with experts and a to-the-point, user-friendly writing style, Nifty Net Notes answers many questions visitors may not have even considered asking about the Inauguration. Nifty Net Notes distills the most and best available information into a highly digestible format. With Nifty Net Notes, it's time to stop searching the web, scratching your head and start focusing on enjoying your visit to the Inauguration. For more information, please visit http://www.niftynetnotes.com.

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