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Early Crowd Awaits Potential Allegiant Air Free Tickets

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KENNEWICK, Wash.  -  Potential travelers gathered this morning in a parking lot at the corner of Clearwater Ave. and HWY 395 in Kennewick today hoping to win a free vacation. Allegiant Air employees have been making their way across the country in a tour bus, giving out free airline tickets. Employees say the chance at a free vacation really excites people.

"People are really excited about their vacations. So they like to plan ahead, they like to discuss. We've had a lot of discussions with potential travelers about where they want to go. they're also excited about the prospect of setting on a vacation for free," said Eric Fletcher, Allegiant employee.

Jenny Brooks won the Tri-Cities airport drawing with a trip to Las Vegas. A national drawing for one free flight a month for four years will be held in three weeks.

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