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Goofy for Grads

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Congratulations, Class of 2015!  As you look back on memories of high school, we hope that you have fond ones of having fun with friends, whether in the stands at football games or in an airplane seats some 30,000 feet in the air!  The old adage, “Sometimes getting there is half the fun” was certainly true for the seniors from Paul VI High School in Haddonfield, NJ, who were served by HOU Flight Attendants Allison Brown, Rachel Saporito, and Jane Usry on their way to Disney World for their senior trip.  A letter from trip chaperone and PVI Girls Soccer Coach Keith Walters explains: Disney Seniors Plane I was a chaperone for our school's senior trip to Disney World last week.  I have been doing this for 17 years in a row now.  The 3 flight attendants on our flight home after our trip were hands down the best I have EVER experienced.  Our flight was a charter flight or at least had only our students aboard.  Besides performing their typical duties during our flight, the 3 attendants conducted fun games and played music that the kids sang with incredible enthusiasm.  I can honestly say it was an experience I will never forget and I can promise the students will remember this flight for the rest of their lives.  And isn't that exactly what we want to give young people as educators and travel providers?  One of the attendants actually danced down the center aisle while collecting trash from everyone.  I personally travel the Caribbean each summer and recently signed up for an AA credit card.  In speaking with the attendants, I am now such a huge fan of SW airlines; I will be looking into your CC offers. Since SW is adding the Caribbean stops.  Please, please, please research the names of these awesome 3 attendants and pass along our appreciation for their once in a lifetime flight.  Southwest is in great shape with people such as these flying with you.  Again, thank you. Have you encountered a Southwest Employee who belongs at the head of the class?  Let us know in the comment section of this post or at