Everyone agrees we need to “Give ‘em a Break” after what will most likely go down in history as the most stressful and exhausting year in any health care worker or first responder’s career.
Huntsville International Airport and Frontier Airlines are “giving ’em a break” with free tickets to Orlando. The first 50 qualified COVID-19 workers to register at noon today will have a shot at winning this special 100 Frontier Airline ticket giveaway.
The airport will select the first 50 qualified registrants and reward each person with two round-trip airline tickets to be used to book a Frontier Airlines flight to Orlando.
The winners will be announced on the airport Facebook Page at https://www.facebook.com/HuntsvilleInternationalAirport/ after 1 p.m. Winners will be contacted, for booking purposes, using the e-mail provided on their registration.
The airport will consider a front line worker as any health care worker, paid and unpaid, serving in a health care setting and who have the potential for direct or indirect exposure to patients or the coronavirus infection. It will also include first responders, active-duty law enforcement officers, and firefighters.
Registrants will be asked to identify their employer and job title as a part of the registration process to determine eligibility. Participants can only register once and must be at least 18 years old.
Eligible travel dates for the contest are Feb. 25-March 25 and there are no exceptions, so participants must be available to travel on those dates before entering the contest.
“Frontier Airlines serves our market with flights to Orlando,” said Jana Steen, public relations manager at Huntsville International Airport. “They have continued this service through trying times, so we wanted to fill up some of those seats.
“This promotion gives HSV a chance to reward not only the men and women who have been on the front lines battling COVID-19, but also to give business to our airline partner who has continued to show a commitment to Huntsville.
“We believe it’s a win for everyone.”