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Lightspeed Headset Winners Announced
November 4, 2015 —Dorothy Hornsby, EAA 476792, of Midland, Michigan, and Vince Hewitt, EAA 540088, of Lake Forest, California, are the third quarter drawing winners of Lightspeed Zulu headsets provided for eligible Young Eagles pilots by Lightspeed Aviation. Both Hornsby and Hewitt were automatically entered by returning Young Eagles flight registration forms for flights completed in the third quarter of 2015.
Hornsby, who has flown 578 Young Eagles since 1994, was entered in the drawing by flying at least one Young Eagle during the quarter and submitting the Young Eagles registration form. Hewitt has a total of 178 Young Eagles flights since 2002 and was selected in our special second Lightspeed drawing for pilots who complete at least 10 flights for 2015.
To become eligible to win a headset in 2015, simply fly at least one Young Eagle during a quarter and submit the Young Eagles registration form (must be postmarked by the end of the quarter in which the flight occurs). In addition, a second Lightspeed drawing will be held for pilots who reach at least 10 flights for 2015. Young Eagles pilots are encouraged to send in their Young Eagles registration forms as soon after the flight as possible.
“Lightspeed Aviation continues to be a valuable partner of the Young Eagles program and understands our mission of growing participation in aviation,” said Brian O’Lena, manager of EAA Young Eagles and Eagle Flights. “We’re extremely grateful for their continued support in 2015 by providing these quality headsets to the Young Eagles program.”