Sat, Apr 26, 2008
Five Purchasers Will Receive Two-Day Pass To AirVenture
This week, RDD Enterprises, LLC announced an interesting deal on
its Therm-X electro-thermal airframe and propeller de-icing
systems. The next five customers who purchase complete
Therm-X™ systems (airframe, prop and windshield protection)
will enjoy two days accommodations and a two-day pass to AirVenture
2008 courtesy of RDD.
"Each of us at RDD is aviation an enthusiast who has been
privileged by being a part of AirVenture numerous times," said RDDs
David McRae. "We realize that attending AirVenture is only a dream
for many people and that RDD has the ability to make that dream
come true through this special offer. AirVenture provides a great
place for enthusiasts to visit and take in all the aviation
scenery, discover aviation history, participate in builders'
workshops and enjoy camaraderie!"
To that end, five new RDD ThermX customers will even have an
opportunity to participate in the much-revered "OSH House" experience... as
they'll stay at RDD's house, to be fed and entertained by the RDD
team and their industry partners.
"The ThermX system is the leading de-icing technology in the
experimental aircraft segment," stated RDDs Justin Reimer.
"Additionally we offer tremendous support and customer care. This
offer is just another way that RDD extends itself to the customer
in a meaningful way."
RDD will also be randomly selecting one existing customer to
join RDD and their new ThermX customers at AirVenture.
The ThermX system is now available for the Lancair ES, IV and
Legacy series aircraft with the Lancair PropJet in development for
later this summer. Earlier this year, RDD completed development of
the windshield de-ice system for these and other aircraft.
The company is also developing ThermX systems for other
experimental aircraft, including such popular kits as the Velocity,
Lancair Legacy and Vans RV-10.
RDD is offering the Oshkosh 2008 special on the next five ThermX
kits to be purchased before June 1, 2008.
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