Posts Tagged ‘AYCJ’

September 10th, 2010

One man’s quest to make others dreams (and then his own) come true

Stephen had a dream ever since he was a small child to be a guest on Oprah. Now with the show in its 25th, and last, season, and he now a filmmaker at 25 years of age, he feels it’s time to try to make that dream happen. Only, he’s agreed to try to make […]

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September 8th, 2010

All You Can Jet Kickoff video

As you may know, yesterday marked the launch of All You Can Jet, a month-long, unlimited travel period for those with purchased passes. See below for a video recap from the event:

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September 7th, 2010

All You Can Jet Kickoff event

This morning we held the 2010 All You Can Jet kickoff event at JFK’s T5. Dunkin’ Donuts helped us celebrate with blue donuts and coffee and we had the pleasure of meeting some of this year’s fine All You Can Jetters, as they excitedly departed on their first day of unlimited monthly travel. See below […]

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August 26th, 2010

All You Can Jet™ for a Cause!

Act now! This is your last chance to bid on one AYCJ-7 Pass plus $1,000 Hertz Gift Certificate in our 24-hour auction. 100% of the proceeds go to the American Cancer Society. Bid on one AYCJ-7 Pass and jet anywhere you like, as often as you like—seven days a week starting September 7 – October […]

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August 19th, 2010

Young activists get set to jet with a chance to win All You Can Jet passes

We’ve teamed up with DoSomething.org to offer an All You Can Jet™ Contest, where five lucky winners will be selected to use the travel pass to further their social action effort. From August 18-25, young people aged 13-25 are encouraged to submit their social action programs through DoSomething.org, explaining how the #AYCJ Pass would be […]

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