Good? Tell JetBlue.

If there’s ever a time of year when people find themselves crazed, eyes swirling with gifts, determined to find the best sale or the latest gadget, it’s now.

Our beloved holiday season is upon us. And, Black Friday is quickly approaching.

But, what really matters, the whole purpose of the winter holiday season, often goes overlooked and sometimes even gets stepped on as we rush through department stores and salivate over turkey dinners.

Sometimes, however, you find a beautiful reminder that the season’s true gift has always been good. Yes, good, just good.

Give Good, just because.

JetBlue wants to know just how good you are.

Yes, I know. Crazy, right?

I mean, here I was preparing my calendar for the sales, the schedules, the dates, the events!

My children already scoping out gifts on Amazon, I forewarn them that we are on a tight budget this year.

Yet, here is JetBlue, thinking about good and giving airline tickets to those special people who give good just because.

It’s worth sharing not just to nominate yourself and others but as a reminder that giving good matters and great companies are willing to reward you for taking some time to show you care.

Share Good, not politics.

Find out more at JetBlueforGood.

If you want to learn more about JetBlue For Good month, Business Wire wrote about some of the other ways JetBlue has been encouraging people, including employees, to spread kindness.

Sharing this with your family, especially children who are definitely the target of ads across multiple platforms, makes for a great way to turn family dinners (especially the big, upcoming one) away from incendiary politics and into a positive, helpful discussion.

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