Midwest Launches Small Business Program

Small businesses will benefit
from a new program launched today by Midwest Airlines. The program—called
Best Care Business—provides incentives and awards for businesses and
corporations that spend $100,000 or less annually on travel with the
Milwaukee-based airline.Best Care Business, which officially takes off September 1, 2005, provides
small businesses the opportunity to earn points for doing business with
Midwest Airlines. The points can then be redeemed for awards specifically
geared to business travelers, including executive-tier membership in the
airline’s Midwest Miles frequent flyer program, membership in its Best Care
Club airport lounge, increased flexibility with nonrefundable tickets, and
more.
  “Midwest Airlines gained its reputation by providing business travelers
with an exceptional air travel experience,” explained Randall K. Smith, vice
president of sales and distribution. “This program extends that care and
concern for customers by providing small businesses the ability to enjoy
benefits that may previously have been out of their reach.”
  Midwest Airlines introduced the Best Care Business program at a news
conference for corporate travel managers attending the National Business
Travel Association Annual Convention and Trade Show at the San Diego
Convention Center. Small businesses interested in learning more about the
program may contact Chris Magulski at [email protected]
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