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FLIBS19: Win trips, flights from Makers Air

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Makers Air is hosting Steveo1Kinevo, an aviation Youtube sensation, today from 3-5 p.m. at its booth with Staniel Cay Yacht Club in the Blue Zone, booth 175.

Makers Air pilots will be there as well, and the company is giving away Makers Air merchandise as well as a vacation to Chub Cay Resort, including flights.

Makers Air will also have a Junkanoo Happy Hour tomorrow from 2-4 p.m. with fresh Bahamian conch salad, rum punch, and a Junkanoo Rush Out.

The company is also giving away a two-night stay at SCYC, including a Makers Air travel voucher.

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