The 2009 egg:
- Uses 31% less paperboard than the 2008 designs
- Eliminates the need for the paper shred/filler
- Features an egg-shaped dye cut instead of a cellophane window
- Uses renewable, vegetable oil-based inks
Interested families can view the egg online and purchase it via the National Parks Foundation at www.nationalparks.org/WhiteHouseEasterEgg
The 2009 Easter egg can be found at: www.whitehouse.gov/eastereggroll
Commemorative eggs can also be purchased through the White House Historical Association at:
White House Historical Association
740 Jackson Place, Washington, DC N.W.
White House Visitor Center
1450 Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington, DC N.W.