Connect-A-Jet.com, Inc., an online innovator of private jet travel and charter, announced today that it has launched its U.S. Marketing Campaign. The CAJT Marketing Campaign will kick-off with national coverage on both CNBC and in USA TODAY beginning September 4th, 2007. Additional advertising in CEO Magazine, Forbes Magazine, Aviation Week, Dallas Morning News, Wall Street Journal, In Flight Magazine, as well as many additional Television venues are also under review.
CAJT additionally reports that it has received over 250 charter requests within a 5 day period. These figures represent the largest number of requests received in the operational history of CAJT, which supersede that of figures reported the week of August 20-24, 2007. At the time of writing, CAJT is experiencing a growth of nearly 31 percent on a daily basis with significant increases expected following the launch of its National Marketing Campaign.
“As previously stated, our first priority is the satisfaction of our customers and therefore we have double the CAJT charter staff to absorb the rapidly increasing number of charter requests being received. We feel that our charter team is now positioned in a way that customers submitting flight requests will not suffering from extended response times and will receive the proper service they are seeking.
“We have launched our U.S. Marketing Campaign that is intended to bring global exposure to the Connect-A-Jet flight-platform and drive additional charter requests and bookings for our organization. It is our opinion that the marketing campaign will render significant increases to our exposure, revenues, and ultimately our bottom line figures and profits,” stated Martin Cantu, CEO of ConnectAJet.com, Inc.
National coverage on CNBC, one of the world’s most recognized Finance Television Networks, has been selected to kick-off CAJT’s marketing campaign due to its appropriate demographics meeting the pre-set targets of CAJT’s marketing team. Reaching the business and financial charter customers of the U.S. was an initial goal set forth by the CAJT organization and is expected to be fulfilled through the CNBC network as well as the multiple newspaper and magazine venues.
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