They won at state. Now, seven Lubbock Independent School District students need your help getting to nationals. The students will participate in the National Business Professionals of America leadership conference in Cincinnati, Ohio, but they need Southwest Airlines Rapid Rewards to get there.
"We would ask Lubbock to donate free frequent flyer Southwest Airlines tickets for us to fly to or near Cincinnati, Ohio. Those tickets are going to be about $600 a person if we can't get frequent flyer tickets," says Clark Moody, LISD student.
If you would like to help these kids by donating Southwest Airlines Rapid Rewards, you can call (806) 745-5428.
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