Piper launches Ambassador Program with UND Aerospace

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VERO BEACH, Florida — Piper Aircraft and the University of North Dakota (UND) Aerospace have launched a new brand ambassador program.

The initiative is designed to increase awareness of the programs offered by UND Aerospace, as well as showcase the Piper training product line in use at one of the largest collegiate flight schools in the world, according to Piper officials.

The collaborative initiative is expected to create a community of like-minded aviation enthusiasts with a career interest in aviation, company officials added.

Working together, Piper Aircraft and the team at UND Aerospace recruited ambassadors based on their enthusiasm, versatility, and passion. The team of ambassadors — Jordon Gyapong, Carly Shukiar, Hunter Roehrig, and Michael Trost — will have the opportunity to speak about their UND program and campus life experience, as well as share their personal training journey using social media channels like Instagram.

Ambassadors will provide future students with insight into life at UND Aerospace and inspire future aviators. In return, Ambassadors are able to gain communication skills, build industry connections, and have the opportunity to participate in Piper and UND Aerospace events.

“With Piper’s strong presence in the flight training market and our large social media follower base, we are in a unique position to launch and support an ambassador program. Our intent with the program is to promote our industry while supporting one of our customers through the development of micro influencers who are actively flight training with the goal of becoming a professional pilot,” said Jackie Carlon, Piper’s Senior Director of Marketing and Corporate Communications. “Ultimately we believe this initiative serves many motives, the most important of which is promoting the aviation industry and the opportunities that exist.”

“The students, faculty and staff at UND Aerospace are some of the most enthusiastic and grounded individuals in the industry. We continually strive to improve our programs and wish to showcase them through means more vivid than traditional media. We appreciate our relationship with Piper Aircraft and look forward

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