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All expenses paid 'Zero Gravity' flight opportunity by Dr. Chrispy

Written by  Sunday, 09 October 2022 10:15
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Chicago IL (SPX) Oct 07, 2022
Fresh Content Society, a Chicago social media management agency, is partnering with client Dr Chrispy (Dr. Chris Boshuizen) to send one lucky winner on an all expenses paid Zero Gravity flight, the Zero G Experience, the world's only FAA-certified provider of weightless flights, to experience true weightlessness without even having to go to space. The sweepstakes is open for entry now through No

Fresh Content Society, a Chicago social media management agency, is partnering with client Dr Chrispy (Dr. Chris Boshuizen) to send one lucky winner on an all expenses paid Zero Gravity flight, the Zero G Experience, the world's only FAA-certified provider of weightless flights, to experience true weightlessness without even having to go to space. The sweepstakes is open for entry now through November 30 on Dr. Chrispy's website.

Dr. Chrispy is an award-winning aeronautical engineer, music producer, and songwriter who has spent the last 15 years blending his love for both music and space exploration. Dr. Chrispy worked at NASA for almost five years where he invented new kinds of spacecraft, later going on to co-found the company Planet Labs, which launched and monitors over 200 spacecraft that create a daily map of the global environment. In 2021, he flew to space for the first time alongside William Shatner on Blue Origin's NS-18 mission.

"I'm thrilled to send one lucky fan on the zero gravity trip of a lifetime," said Dr Chrispy. "My journey to space on Blue Origin's NS-18 mission in 2021 was confounding and life changing, and I'm excited to share a bit of my experience with a fan. Music and space are my passions, and it's an honor to be able to share both of these passions with others."

Fresh Content Society, Dr. Chrispy's partner in the endeavor, is an award-winning Chicago-area social media management company specializing in organic social media marketing and dedicated to helping local and global brands increase engagement, impressions, and audience size. Founded in 2014, Fresh Content Society has activated social media campaigns and built awareness for both household name brands like Kentucky Fried Chicken and regional hotspots like Manny's Deli.

"Dr. Chrispy has a dedicated following on social media of fans interested in his work in music and in space. It made sense to launch this giveaway on social media and connect with the fans where they're at," said Scott Emalfarb, founder and CEO of Fresh Content Society. "His followers can continue to follow along with his journey of making music inspired by his love of space."


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