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One of the things I love about living in The United States of America is the fact we live in a free and prosperous country where we have the ability to chase after success, work hard to achieve it, and to celebrate our successes.  Our achievements.  Not only do we celebrate our achievements, we also promote others to chase after success.

To promote hard work and the success that follow are a dream that can always be made into a reality.

Here at Jeremy's Flight Deck, November will be known for these concepts.  It is only fitting, as we will be promoting success during this month.  Not only promoting success but celebrating it.

an evening with

Karlene Petitt

International Pilot and acclaimed author of the aviation thriller

Saturday, November 10th, 2012
8:00 p.m. EST

Our live interview will be conducted in a private location, however, we would love for you to join us on Twitter by following our live feed:


But it would be much better 
if we had you with  


Yes, if you will be in NYC that weekend, you do have the opportunity to join us live on location and we have two seats available for you and one other guest.  

 Join us not only for Karlene to share her experiences, her successes, and her talent, but so that we all shall board the non-stop flight to success.
We are expecting you! 



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