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New passport program gets you airtime

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by Janjeera Hail

Guam - Isla Petroleum and Energy announced a new marketing partner for its Lucky 7 passport program today. IT&E joined the partnership just in time for the new promotion Fuel, Fly, Phone and Win. 

IP&E executive vice president Eloy Lizama said, "They're a new partner that we're welcoming along with Calvo's Driver's Club, as well as Delta Airlines, so we are now offering to our customers the ability to cash in their Lucky 7 passports to avail $10 in prepaid phone certificates from IT&E."

Customers who redeem their Lucky 7 passports will be entered into a drawing at the end of the year where they can win 100,000 Delta Skymiles, Droid X and Blackberry smartphones, Mifi Internet access cards, free trips and free gas.

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