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Harbour Air Services Gives Away Heritage Harley

December, 2014

Harbour Air Services Gives Away Heritage Harley

Contest Fuels Business and Customer Appreciation

TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. – Harbour Air Services, a Fixed Base Operator (FBO) with a twenty-plus year history of serving aviation customers at Cherry Capital Airport (KTVC), gave away a 2013 Harley Davidson Softail to one lucky recipient in the "Fuel Up to Ride" sweepstakes. Alan Bambach of Plymouth, Mich. was the grand prize winner, taking home the heritage bike among thousands of drawing entries.

Harbour Air Services ran the fueling promotion for six months. Customers filling up their planes received one entry into the contest per gallon of fuel purchased at the FBO. Double entries were earned by using the Phillips 66® Aviation Personal Credit Card, or by topping off their tank.

"We pride ourselves in going above and beyond for our loyal aviation customers, including Harley Davidson, who regularly flies in and out of Harbour Air," said Guy Hill, Jr., president, Harbour Air Services. "The 'Fuel Up to Ride' promotion allowed our staff to interact even more with pilots as they came through to fuel their aircraft, listening to their needs and suggestions. A big congratulations goes out to Alan and the whole Bambach family on their new classic bike."

Ranked as one of the top 50 U.S. FBOs in's 2014 Pilots' Choice Awards™, the Phillips 66 Aviation-branded FBO provides an array of services and amenities that caters to recreational and professional pilots' fuel, storage and maintenance needs.

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