Christopher Burgermeister of Yorkville, Illinois, has been named the winner of the Lightspeed Aviation Treasure Hunt at AirVenture 2014 in Oshkosh. Chris was randomly drawn from a field of 50 treasure hunters who found hidden treasure chests spread across the AirVenture grounds. Chris will receive Lightspeed’s newest innovation: the Zulu PFX ANR headset.
William Klein of Vidalia, Georgia, was randomly selected as the winner of Lightspeed Aviation‘s VIP Trip to AirVenture 2014, a travel package valued at nearly $4,000 that includes lodging, airfare, and a suite of aviation experiences at the world’s biggest fly-in. He was entered into the drawing when he submitted a rebate form for a new Zulu.2 headset he purchased on the recommendation of a Gulfstream test pilot who has four in his personal aircraft.
Lightspeed Aviation has partnered with CloudAhoy on a new promotion that gives U.S. pilots a standard annual subscription to the online flight tracking and debriefing service when they purchase any new Lightspeed headset between now and Aug. 17, 2014, and register it by Aug. 31, 2014.
Jesse Saint of Dunnellon, Florida, was the winner in Lightspeed Aviation’s 2014 SUN ‘n FUN Treasure Hunt. Jesse and his family used an iPhone and the posted hint to find one of 25 puzzle pieces hidden in treasure chests across the SUN ‘n FUN grounds. The find gave him an automatic entry into the drawing for Lightspeed’s top-of-the-line headset.
PORTLAND, Ore. — Lightspeed Aviation’s Sierra ANR headset is now compatible with FlightLink, the company’s free app for the Apple iPad and iPhone.
Frank Vittorio of Saginaw, Minnesota, is the latest weekly winner of Lightspeed Aviation’s $500 Burger Getaway sweepstakes. The getaway consists of a series of weekly drawings for a $500 package that includes gift cards for avgas, rental car, dining, and lodging. Any eligible customer registering a new Lightspeed Zulu.2 or Sierra headset is automatically entered.