Delta Is Making Sure You Vote this Election Day!

Whatever your political beliefs, this election is sure fiesty. No matter which candidate you believe in, you NEED TO VOTE. It’s your duty as an American citizen, and too many people have died to protect that right, even if you may not believe in either candidate’s view points.

In any event… this isn’t a 10th grade social studies lecture. Just came across an interesting marketing campaign from Delta on how they’re making sure you have the opportunity to vote this Election Day.


From their press release:

Through today Delta is offering eligible customers the ability to register onboard for free. The voter registration website for each state is available through Delta’s Gogo Wi-Fi service, with no need to purchase access. In some states today is the last day to register and still be eligible to vote in the Nov. 8 U.S. presidential election.
And there’s more: the Delta Marketing team sent emails to customers traveling Sunday on transcontinental flights letting them know they could watch the presidential debate live on Delta Studio’s Satellite TV. The email encouraged customers to tune into the debate on IFE and purchase a Wi-Fi pass to live tweet the debate.
And Delta customers flying on Election Day will receive emails encouraging them to vote early before they leave. It includes a social sharing component so customers can let their friends know they are voting early.

My Take

It’s great Delta is getting into the election spirit by encouraging you to vote. Now, even flying you have no excuse…

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