Warren Buffett, Herb Kohler, Other CEOs Support Business Aviation in New Ad Campaign
October 22, 2014
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  • A new advertising campaign from No Plane No Gain rolled out this week at the National Business Aviation Association convention in Orlando features 25 CEOs from a wide variety of companies voicing their support for the importance of business aviation.

    As detailed by NBAA, it’s an impressive group of business leaders, including the likes of Warren Buffett, CEO of Berkshire Hathaway Inc.; Johnny Morris, founder of Bass Pro Shops; Kohler”>Herb Kohler, CEO of Kohler Co.; and Frederick Smith, CEO of FedEx.

    Among the benefits of business aviation cited by the leaders were enhanced productivity, connectivity, time-saving, travel security, competitiveness and the ability to always meet face to face with customers.

    “A business aircraft is the sign of a well-run, forward-thinking company,” NBAA President and CEO Ed Bolen said in the organization’s report on the new campaign. “It’s no wonder, then, that the vast majority of the most innovative, recognized and admired companies use business aviation.”

    The CEO testimonials will be used in print and online ads and other placements from No Plane No Gain, which is an advocacy campaign co-founded by NBAA and the General Aviation Manufacturers Association.