Disney Channel Launches “Jet Set Go” Summer Initiative
Jet Airways joins as Airline Partner to take 30 kids and their families to Hong Kong Disneyland Resort
Disney Channel, the number one entertainment destination for kids and families across India has begun its one-of-a-kind initiative “Jet Set Go”, this week. Disney Channel in association with India’s premier international airline Jet Airways, is teaming up to give kids and their families a unique opportunity to win a magical all-expenses paid trip to the ‘happiest place on Earth’, Hong Kong Disneyland. The on-air contest will run throughout the month of May. In celebration of “Jet Set Go”, Disney Channel is also taking to the skies by wrapping a Jet Airways aircraft in Disney favorite characters Mickey and friends to be unveiled on the 9th of July in a special ceremony in Mumbai.
The Criteria to Enter In the Contest:
For your chance to win the ultimate trip of a lifetime with your family kids can enter by watching Disney Channel during the month of May; spot an animated Jet Airways aircraft which will appear until the 28th of May. Children can accumulate points each time they spot the aircraft by dialing a toll-free number flashing on the screen, absolutely free of cost, and leaving a missed call. Those who spot the plane the maximum number of times per day earn the maximum points and at the end of each day, the highest scorer will be announced as the winner on Disney Channel.
“We are pleased to work with Jet Airways and Hong Kong Disneyland Resort to bring our fans this fabulous opportunity to experience Disney magic first-hand,” said Vijay Subramaniam, business head, Walt Disney Television International India.
“Hong Kong Disneyland Resort is the perfect destination for our Indian Guests and we are thrilled to be collaborating with the Disney Channel in India on this campaign. We look forward to welcoming the winning families in July to enjoy all the magical experiences at Hong Kong Disneyland.”, said Wendy Chu, Director of Marketing, Hong Kong Disneyland Resort.