FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
"WestWind Widows Club" EstablishedWestWind Airlines Management today announced the formation of the WestWind Widows Club. Established for those lonely (and justifiably frustrated) spouses of WestWind Airmen who have been known to spend countless hours with their eyes glued to their computer screens "playing pilot" the club is a place where they can come and "emote." In addition to posting their comments on a page at our web site, they can also say what they feel their virtual airmen should be doing instead of "playing pilot." Each wife's name is also an e-mail link so women in the club can contact each other should they wish to do so.
In a brief statement, WestWind's Exec. VP of Marketing & New Biz Development/Co-Founder, Sean "Crash" Reilly commented, "The Widow's Club is a place for our neglected spouses to come, share their thoughts about how insane their virtual pilot husbands are and read similar comments from others in their newly formed community." Reilly added that this concept was actually something that was on the back burner for some time. "We finally came to realize that the WestWind Widows Club was cathartic for our wives and, in the final analysis was more cost-effective than psychotherapy," joked Reilly.
To read the comments of our disgruntled non-flying spouses, visit http://www.flywestwind.com/widow/comments.htm
For additional information, please contact Sean "Crash" Reilly at email@example.com