JumpSeat & LPGA Star Cristie Kerr Give Fans Chance to Fly Private to Support Kerr's Charity
BOSTON, May 4, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Cristie Kerr, star of the Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) circuit, is teaming up with private jet company JumpSeat to raise money for her charitable foundation, Birdies for Breast Cancer. Ms. Kerr is offering the unique opportunity to share her upcoming private jet trip, with all proceeds benefiting the foundation.
Ms. Kerr was ranked #1 in the world three times in 2010, has 14 career wins, and was the 2011 recipient of Muhammad Ali's Sports Achievement Award.
The aircraft, a 6-seat Pilatus PC-12 will depart on Monday, May 6th at 6:30pm, flying from Washington, DC to Westhampton Beach, NY.
"We truly salute Cristie's generous spirit in working with us to raise money for breast cancer," said JumpSeat Founder and Chief Executive Officer Justin Sullivan. "The opportunity to offer such a unique experience is one we really value, and we enthusiastically support the good work done by Cristie's foundation Birdies for Breast Cancer."
Interested parties can get more information and purchase the flight by logging onto www.JumpSeat.me, or calling 877 919-JUMP.
JumpSeat facilitates connections between those wishing to sell space on private planes with those wishing to travel on them. By connecting this committed supply and previously unidentified demand, JumpSeat helps mitigate the cost of the planned trip to the owner or charterer while giving other 'JumpSeaters' a chance to buy those JumpSeats. Shopping is free and takes only a few clicks. Registered members can book a JumpSeat without paying a membership fee.
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