Alaska Airlines Day set for Pullman Oct. 1

Alaska Airlines aircraft decorated with WSU graphics in flight.
Alaska Airlines showing its Crimson Spirit

Alaska Air Group, Inc. Chairman, President and Chief Executive O­fficer Brad Tilden and members of his executive team will be on the Pullman campus Monday for a series of events, including a prize-filled paper airplane toss, celebrating the partnership between WSU and the airline.

A short public presentation, along with a Q&A, is set for 9 a.m. Monday in the Spark Atrium with the Alaska Air team. Coffee and refreshments will be served. Confirm your attendance.

At 11:30 a.m., Butch T. Cougar and the WSU Marching Band will help celebrate the partnership with festivities on the Glenn Terrell Mall.

Then, stick around to catch a paper airplane for a chance to win Alaska Airlines prizes, including round-trip tickets to anywhere the airline flies. The paper airplane toss is set for noon in the Terrell Library Atrium.

Planning to attend? Please let University Events know.

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