We Need Denis Leary
Check out this comment from "Common Sense" on the blog:
Why Massport would invest $100 million to rebuild our airport without putting much into ads is beyond me. I hope they realize how high the stakes are. If JB pulls their JFK flight and AA has a poor response it's quite possible that it will be the final nail in the coffin for commercial service at ORH.
We could not agree more. We have said this before and we will say it again, the stakes are definately high right now and the JetBlue JFK should have been a turning point in the development of Worcester Airport. It is a great flight and should be doing much much better.
One of the mistakes has been that other than a painful twitter campaign #WhyIFlyORH, there is no marketing plan. As a result few people in Central Massachusetts are aware of the options/possibilities that are available out of Worcester Airport.
Why not hire Worceste native Denis Leary , who lives in New York City, as a spokeman for Worcester Airport. The possibilities are endless.
Worcester Airport does not SUCK
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commented on 2018-07-17 20:21:08
I was thinking that maybe it's a good time to send Mr. Davis back to Logan and replace him with a person with more business sense. He went on a local radio show and said that he saw no need for much marketing at ORH because people in the area magically know about the airlines and flights offered here. Doesn't sound like someone with good judgement. ORH is either going to grow into a successful passenger airport that will give our residents a viable alternative to Logan or it's going to exist and be a constant drain on Massport's budget. A thriving airport can have a huge economic impact on its host community. I just think Massport needs to put its best foot forward.
commented on 2018-07-19 17:56:13
Agree with common sense. The more you ask people the more you find out no one knows about ORH. After being for all intensive purposes wiped off the map for over a decade you think there would be an onslaught of marketing but we have seen just the opposite.