New York Jet NFL player Bret Lockett is literally taking his team's name to a whole new level by announcing recently that he is a proud partner with M2Jets, a private airline company based in the United States.
Lockett, who unfortunately couldn't help the Jets this season make the playoffs, seems to be finding success in the business world by not only now partnering with this aviation company, but also last year signing a multi-million dollar deal with Mobli, a picture and video sharing application.
M2Jets founder and CEO Moshe Malamud tells StarPulse, "We are excited to have Bret onboard as a major component to the M2 family. His multifaceted prowess to mass media marketing and luxury travel will fuel our reputation as we move forward. His expertise throughout his career in the NFL, along with his business acumen are a huge asset to our team."
According to the terms of the deal, Lockett will be using his leadership and business skills to help M2Jets fulfill the needs of a growing client base in delivering the privacy and convenience of business and personal travel.
Speaking to this, Lockett tells us, "Merging into the aviation space has been a long time objective. I look forward to combining my innovative approach to business development and strategic expansion with Mr. Malamud and the M2 luxury lifestyle group."
Unlike 'fractional ownership programs' and 'jet cards' that demand significant upfront investments and monthly management fees, M2Jets alongside Mr. Lockett will be offering customers safe and discreet private air travel on a trip-by-trip basis with no ongoing commitments.
Looks like his Jets teammates will be calling him up for rides shortly!