Thu, Sep 20, 2007
NBAA Attendees Will Have Chance To Win New Convertible
If you see ANN's Rob Finfrock
hanging around the Jet Support Services, Inc. booth at NBAA 2007,
furiously filling out sweepstakes forms... you now know why.
JSSI told ANN Wednesday of its new Sky's The Limit sweepstakes.
JSSI is launching the new sweepstakes at the 60th annual National
Business Aviation Association annual meeting and convention by
showcasing the prize, a new Saturn Sky convertible, at the JSSI
"We provide our clients a Sky's The Limit attitude when it comes
to service, support and flexibility so it's only fitting that we
offer a new Saturn Skyconvertible in this year's sweepstakes," said
John Haskins, President and CEO for JSSI. "Our Tip-to-Tail airframe
program can cover your entire aircraft with one hourly cost
maintenance program and for one lucky winner we will cover them
bumper to bumper with a new convertible."
NBAA attendees will be able to enter the sweepstakes through
internet kiosks at the JSSI booth #5237 or entries may be made
online at the company's website.
The sweepstakes winner will be randomly selected at the 2008
NBAA convention in Orlando, FL... making it a year-long promotion
and allowing participants to enter multiple times.
Guess Rob'll have to hold onto his Mazda for another year, at
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