February 13, 2013 - For the past two years, Lightspeed Aviation has provided one of its premier Zulu headsets to EAA's Young Eagles program to be given away at the end of the year via drawing to a lucky Young Eagles pilot. Starting in 2013, Lightspeed will graciously provide three more headsets to create a quarterly prize drawing.
All a Young Eagles pilot needs to do is fly at least one Young Eagle and submit the Young Eagles Registration form (must be postmarked by the end of the quarter) to be eligible. No other means of entry is required - just send your paperwork in time and you're registered for the drawing for that quarter. Drawings will be held for the quarterly periods January 1-March 31, April 1-June 30, July 1-September 30, and October 1-December 31.
"We appreciate Lightspeed for stepping up and further recognizing our Young Eagles volunteers," said Brian O'Lena, EAA Young Eagles manager. "Their contribution on behalf of our valued Young Eagles pilots will only serve to enhance the success of the program. So we encourage pilots turn in their registration paperwork in time so they have a chance to win."
So go out and fly Young Eagles and promptly submit the required paperwork and you could be a winner, just like Jeffery Spencer, EAA 687437, of Madison, Alabama - the 2012 Lightspeed Zulu winner. Jeffery has flown nearly 400 Young Eagles and is a member of EAA Chapter 190 in Huntsville.