Hawaii's First-Ever Ball Sells Out
Will Obama be there? Nobody knows for sure, but that didn't hurt demand for Hawaii's first-ever inaugural ball. Here's the story from The Post's Nikita Stewart:
Micah Kohono Mossman fears he is the most despised man in Washington right now. And in Hawaii.
Earlier this year, the 26-year-old consultant came up with the idea to hold Hawaii's first presidential inaugural ball ever, joining the tradition of other states that have thrown glitzy affairs the night of the inauguration. Ticket sales and sponsorships for the event at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel were slow for three months.
The first Hawaii State Society Inaugural Ball sold out by 8 a.m. Friday.
Scalpers, it seems have already grabbed hold of a few of the coveted spots.
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