Cayman Airways has announced the Grand prize winner of its 50th Anniversary social media competition as Nancy Barnard.
The competition received over 500 entries across Facebook and Instagram, each with a unique story to tell of treasured Cayman Airways memories.
To celebrate five decades of service, Cayman Airways launched a competition on its Facebook and Instagram pages throughout August and September, asking followers to share their favorite Cayman Airways memory to win travel vouchers and a Grand Prize of a round trip for two to any Cayman Airways gateway.
Mrs. Barnard’s submission, a photo of herself and her daughter on a Cayman Airways flight to Little Cayman, won her a weekly prize of a Cayman Airways voucher and automatically entered her into the randomly selected Grand Prize draw. Mrs. Barnard won the Grand Prize of two round trip tickets to any Cayman Airways destination of her choice and has kindly donated one of the trips to a friend so they can use it to visit a loved one.
“I would like to thank Cayman Airways for fifty years of flying us safely. I’m looking forward to many more trips and more importantly, a lot more memory-making. I decided to share my prize with a friend, who could use a flight to spend time with a loved one who is undergoing treatment overseas,’ said Mrs. Barnard.
Following a successful Instagram launch last year, Cayman Airways has recognized the impact of social media with its lively and engaged online customer base. The idea behind the nostalgic competition was for Cayman Airways customers to reflect on the national carrier’s fifty years of service and to share photo memories which were made possible because of Cayman Airways.
“We are overwhelmed with the amount of entries to our 50th Anniversary competition,
” said Mrs. Olivia Scott-Ramirez, Cayman Airways’ Marketing, and Public Relations Manager.
“It gives us great pride to see so many local and international followers submitting their special Cayman Airways memories. We’ve had a great time reflecting on the past fifty years with our followers and loved the stories which came with each and every entry.”