Marco Rubio's Campaign Has Had About Enough of Frontier's 'Hellish' Service
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Marco Rubio delivered a beautiful line for Frontier Airlines—although, we don’t exactly think it’s usable in any marketing campaigns.
Fox News has a report that we think means presidential candidate Rubio is feeling the pangs of affordable aviation travel.
The report states Rubio is careful to streamline his spending as he makes a run for the White House.
However, ditching the lavish luxury of private jets and first-class accommodations has its downside, it seems.
Here is what Fox News has to say: “Rubio’s campaign manager Terry Sullivan told reporters Monday at National Review’s 2016 Campaign Managers event at Google’s Washington, D.C. headquarters that flying Frontier was ‘a special kind of hell.’”
There you go, Frontier. Print up the pamphlets, get going on the t-shirts and ready the coffee mugs.
If you work quickly, you can perhaps get a “Frontier…A Special Kind of Hell” calendar out before the holidays.
Sullivan elaborated: “Marco flies 95 percent commercial. We just booked a Frontier Airlines flight today, which is a special kind of hell for anybody. But we do it because we gotta — we want to spend our money where it matters.”
We imagine Sullivan was thinking, We should have just booked a Segway and a couple of Radio Flyers to pull the damn campaign to our next stop.
As the report states, the campaign manager didn’t elaborate on why booking with the airline is hell—unless the company finally instituted the "finish a sudoku puzzle before you can reserve a seat" campaign.
Frontier president Barry Biffle, for his part, issued that service has been far better as of late. Even, as Fox News states, the “on-time departures are improving.”
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