We’ve done it again – for the second year, Gadling is bringing you the entire lineup of the VivaAerobus calendar. For those that missed the 2009 version, VivaAerobus is a Mexican low cost carrier that publishes a yearly calendar with some of their most attractive employees. The calendars are sold on their flights, and all proceeds benefit the Mexican pediatric cancer research alliance.
That’s all there is to it. And remember, these calendars are more than just a collection of pretty flight attendants, all proceeds from their sales benefit the Mexican childrens cancer foundation. If you don’t win, you can always book a flight on VivaAerobus and buy one for $10.
To enter, simply leave a comment answering the question posted above.
The comment must be left before Tuesday March 3rd 2009 at 5:00 PM Eastern Time.
You may enter only once.
Five Prize Winners will be randomly selected to receive one VivaAerobus 2009 calendar.
Open to legal residents of the 50 United States, and the District of Columbia who are 18 and older.
The total value of each prize is approximately $10.
Click here for the complete official rules of this giveaway.
Remember the clip of the making of the 2009 VivaAerobus calendar? Well, I’m sure some of you were left hoping for more than just a Youtube clip, so Gadling has managed to get its hands om the official images from the calendar, and I’ve got to say – I have this sudden urge to head on down to Austin so I can take a flight to Mexico.
Check them out for yourself, all 12 months, plus the January 2010 bonus photo!
Remember, the calendar may be a great PR stunt, but all proceeds benefit the Mexican Childrens Cancer Institute, so next time you fly the friendly skies with these ladies, make sure you pick up one of their calendars!
To give passengers an idea what they can expect in the calendar, they posted a short video clip of the “making of” on Youtube. The video clip may not be entirely “safe for work”, so save it till you can close your office door, or better yet, watch it on your mobile phone.
The calendar will be available at VivaAerobus ticket desks and on board the airline for $10, but the best part is that all proceeds benefit a Mexican children’s cancer institute, so don’t feel too guilty for buying one.
Can’t watch the video at work? Check out some of the images from the “making of”!