Ohio Pilot and Firefighter Latest Winner of Lightspeed $500 Burger Deluxe Getaway

Kurt Brickweg 500 hamb.jpg Lightspeed Aviation has announced that Kurt Brickweg, a pilot and firefighter from St. Bernard, Ohio, is the latest weekly winner of their $500 Burger Deluxe Getaway.

A 31-year career firefighter and captain of the St. Bernard Fire Department, Kurt began flying in 1988. He earned his PPL in 1992, followed by an instrument rating in 1994. Overall, Kurt has acquired 1,230 hours, nearly all in his 1973 Piper PA28-180 Challenger, which has had many upgrades over the years. A loyal Lightspeed customer, Kurt owns the entire Zulu lineage — from the original to the Zulu PFX — and considers these to be by far his best upgrade.

“We are honored to have the opportunity to provide recognition to one of America’s first responders,” said Teresa De Mers, Executive Vice President of Sales, Marketing, & Customer Support for Lightspeed. “Hopefully, he will take a little time off from helping protect the citizens of St. Bernard to enjoy a weekend of flying.”

Any eligible participant that registers a new Lightspeed Zulu PFX, Zulu.2 or Sierra ANR headset at LightspeedAviation.com during the promotion will be automatically entered into a weekly drawing for a $500 getaway package that includes gift cards for av gas, rental car, dining, and lodging, plus a Markham leather flight bag from the new Lightspeed Adventure Flight Bag Collection. New headsets purchased at any authorized Lightspeed dealer can be registered to generate an entry.

There will be weekly drawings through February 26, 2015. Any U.S. resident 18 years of age or older is eligible to enter. For more information, including the Official Rules, visit LightspeedAviation/burger.