Delta AirElite Business Jets is pleased to announce that Brad Blettner has joined the company as Director of Sales and Marketing. Blettner is one of several new hires in recent months.
Blettner brings a strong sales, customer service, marketing and special events background to the position, having spent over 12 years in the high-end sports marketing industry in increasingly responsible positions. Prior to joining Delta AirElite, Blettner served as Vice President of Business Development for the Cincinnati Reds.
“I am pleased to welcome Brad to our team,” said Michael B. Green, president and CEO. “Our customers will benefit from his strong customer service background, which along with his other capabilities, make Brad the right person to lead our sales and marketing team. His exceptional high standards complement the Delta AirElite customer service philosophy.”
Blettner is responsible for managing all aspects of the company’s sales and marketing activities, including overseeing sales, advertising, public relations, strategic initiatives, collateral development, trade shows and customer events. Prior to joining the Cincinnati Reds in 1998, Blettner worked in sales and service for the Florida Marlins and in sales and event management for Chris Evert Charities/IMG.
This year marks Delta AirElite’s 25th year of serving business aviation customers. Over the years, innovation and strong customer service have driven the company’s success. As a leading provider of private jet travel solutions, Delta AirElite offers a unique blend of travel options designed to meet the needs of private jet travelers.
“In addition to our employees who are dedicated to keeping Delta AirElite one of the industry’s premier operators, there are many other attributes that set us apart from our competitors,” added Green. “We were the first private jet operator to offer a national jet card program, the first company to offer a 10-hour jet card, and the only jet provider to offer valuable benefits in partnership with Delta Air Lines, the world’s largest airline.”