The fundraising merry-go-round stops briefly in Philadelphia on June 30, with President Obama showcasing a high-dollar dinner at the home of Comcast executive David L. Cohen.
A copy of the invitation shows that guests have several options for attending what is billed as a "reelection campaign inaugural dinner & photo reception."
By donating $71,600 per couple or raising $100,000, a guest is identified as an "event chair," a status that comes with something called a "VIP clutch."
An "event host" must give $35,800 or raise $50,000. That comes with "premium dinner seating," the invitation shows.
For a $10,000 donation, a guest gets dinner and a photo with Obama.
Contributions go to the Obama Victory Fund 2012, whose proceeds are divided between the Obama campaign and the Democratic National Committee.