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Sat, Nov 26, 2005

Sporty's 2006 Sweepstakes To Award a G1000 Cessna Skyhawk

This year Sporty's is giving away one of the most exciting planes ever — a brand-new Cessna 172S Skyhawk SP with the Garmin G1000 glass cockpit system. The lucky Sporty's customer who wins this airplane wins an aircraft that combines one of the world's most popular airplanes with a revolutionary new all-glass flightdeck. The G1000 is a completely integrated avionics system, combining all aircraft and flight information on two 10-inch, high-resolution displays.

Sporty's President Michael Wolf says, "The Cessna Skyhawk and the Garmin G1000 are the perfect combination for personal transportation and it can all be yours on September 13, 2006. Every order enters you to win."

The sweepstakes airplane is valued at $230,000 and also comes equipped with two panel-powered Bose X headsets. To enter Sporty's 2006 G1000 Skyhawk Sweepstakes, simply place an order with Sporty's Pilot Shop by 5:00 p.m. EDT on September 6, 2006. Complete Sweepstakes rules are available at sportys.com/sweepstakes.

Sporty's is the only company giving away a brand-new airplane each year. The 2006 G1000 Cessna Skyhawk Sweepstakes represents the 21st year for awarding a new airplane and the 24th airplane awarded, totaling nearly $3 million. In addition to a brand-new Cessna 172S Skyhawk SP to one lucky winner, more than two dozen additional prizes will be awarded on Sweepstakes Day.

FMI: http://sportys.com

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