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Published:Friday | August 8, 2014 | 12:00 AM
From left: Jackie Allamani; Tarlia Aparico-Owen and Phoebe Buchanan at Scotiabank's AERO Platinum MasterCard Happy Hour, at Tracks and Records, Marketplace, Constant Spring Road, last Wednesday.
Hope McMillan-Canaan (left), public and corporate affairs manager, Scotiabank, presents Delores Clarke (centre) and David Bigger, staff, with a replica of the AERO Platinum Mastercard and all the flyer miles they can accumulate. - Photos by Winston Sill/Freelance Photographer
Dr Jacqueline Bisasor-McKenzie (left) receives her complimentary ticket for two to New York from Simone Walker, director, marketing programmes, Scotiabank.
Dr Jacqueline Bisasor-McKenzie (left) has a lot to celebrate with Charmaine Franklin of VIP Attractions.

It was not quite an airline experience, but Scotiabank did its best to create the atmosphere, when it invited select AERO Platinum MasterCard holders to bring a friend and join them for happy hour at Usain Bolts Tracks & Records last week.

Customers came and checked in, received their boarding passes to the Scotiabank AERO flight for an evening of fun and entertainment. It was a great opportunity for members of staff to interact with special customers.

As part of the activities, one lucky customer, Dr Jacqueline Bisasor McKenzie, received a complementary ticket for two to New York, courtesy of Fly Jamaica.

No one was left out as all present received two complementary passes to the VIP Attractions First Class lounge at the Airport when next travelling.

Scotiabank AERO Platinum Mastercard was first introduced in 2011 as the island's first travel-reward card. In May, it was relaunched to offer new and existing AERO cardholders even more rewards, including fewer ScotiaPoints required to access travel benefits.

Points can also be redeemed for hotel stays, car rentals, meals and other travel related expenses, if they choose.