WSJ – Teams Score Elite Service in the Sky

By October 24, 2012In The Press
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From The Wall Street Journal:  Private Jet Services Group, a Seabrook, N.H., company that handles teams, rock groups and corporate charters, has contracts with a half-dozen professional hockey and basketball teams, along with 10 major college programs. Some flights carry a therapist for rubdowns and treatments in-flight. One of its hockey teams wants all organic food on board. Another wants all high-protein food and no carbohydrates. (A few still load beer and junk food.) Some college teams spend more on charters than some pro teams. Fancy flying “becomes a significant recruiting tool,’ said Private Jet Services Chief Executive Greg Raiff.

Read the full article on The Wall Street Journal website.

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