Customer Loyalty Program Launched at Bob Hope Airport

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Bob Hope Airport Exec. Dir. Dan Feger along with Jay Ellis introduce Thanks again program at press conference. (Photo by Ross A. Benson)

Next time you use your favorite credit card or debit card, you could be one step closer to that vacation spot or that getaway night you were dreaming of.

(Photo by Ross A. Benson)
(Photo by Ross A. Benson)

Burbank’s Bob Hope Airport launched a customer loyalty program on Friday with Atlanta based Thanks Again, who are already partnered with 170 other airports.  The agreement gives Bob Hope Airport the exclusive Southern California rights to the program for a year.

“This program gives people another reason to choose Bob Hope Airport”, said Airport Authority Executive Director Dan Feger. “With so many other other chooses in Southern California, our exclusive agreement with Thanks Again will hopefully give them a reason to choose Burbank”

Jay Ellis Senior Vice President speaks during press event. (Photo by Ross A. Benson)
Jay Ellis ,Senior Vice President of Thanks Again, speaks during press event. (Photo by Ross A. Benson)

Thanks Again offers the public a chance to use their favorite debit or credit card to earn rewards such as airplane miles or hotel points for purchases made at the airport’s parking lots, restaurants and gift shops. These miles will accumulate in addition to other incentive rewards that may also be available on the card.

Jay Ellis, Senior Vice President of Thanks Again, stressed that there is no cost to join the program with a list of participating businesses available through an app available for iPhones.  “Our Goal is to bring various parts of the community together”.

BUR_ref_QR_FTravelers can register for the Bob Hope Airport Loyalty Program simply by going to www.thanksagain.com/BUR to register.  There is no cost to join or you can simply scan the QR Code listed here with your smart phone and you are on your way.

“For years. our travelers have been saying ‘thank you for running a great airport,’ and with Thanks Again now in place. we can say thank you right back to them” said Feger