Media Invited to Giveaway at the TAC Air Booth #1025 Tues. Oct. 6, 2 p.m.
TAC Air, a division of Truman Arnold Companies, has announced that Sherry Hunert of Washington, IN, Terry Bryan of Albuquerque, N.M., and Ed Rafferty of Shreveport, LA., are finalists who have a chance at winning the 2008 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited, courtesy of TAC Air.
The finalists represent three of many entries received since April, when TAC Air’s “King of the Mountain,” kicked off. All pilots using TAC Air’s fixed-base operation (FBO) services at its 12 different locations were eligible to submit one entry a day until the July 31 deadline. This year’s giveaway is a rugged and powerful 2008 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited, valued at over $35,000. It is the ultimate vehicle for the “King of the Mountain.”
“This year’s campaign was really about the customer’s experience, and how we at TAC Air our committed to making each customer feel like they are royalty,” said Greg Arnold, President and CEO of Truman Arnold Companies. “We are looking forward to giving away the Jeep Wrangler Unlimited to this year’s King of the Mountain.”
TAC Air will again sponsor the three finalists to attend the NBAA Meeting and Convention in Orlando, FL., October 6-8. The Jeep will be given away at 2 p.m. at the TAC Air booth #1025 on Tuesday, October 6.
The Jeep Wrangler Unlimited is the pinnacle of the TAC Air’s 2008 “King of the Mountain” marketing campaign. The campaign is second of a two- year campaign focused on the experience that TAC Air provides. It invites all customers that come to TAC Air to be treated like they are each the most important person —meaning, the FBO chain’s more than 300 associates treat customers with excellent customer service and the best line service available. This year’s giveaway continues TAC Air’s tradition that began several years ago during the National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) convention. Giveaways at previous NBAA conventions include a 1959 Chris-Craft Capri Runabout, a Hummer H3, a Rolex watch, a 2000 Volkswagen “Bug”, a 2001 PT Cruiser, a 1945 yellow vintage Piper Cub and a perfectly restored 1957 Thunderbird convertible.