Aircraft Spruce Customer Appreciation Day

Aircraft Spruce will host its annual Customer Appreciation Day on Saturday, October 4th at all three of their locations. Visit Aircraft Spruce West at 225 Airport Circle in Corona, CA close to the Corona Airport(KAJO) from 7am-3pm, Aircraft Spruce East at 452 Dividend Drive in Peachtree City, beside Falcon Field(KFFC) from 8am-4pm, or Aircraft Spruce Canada at 150 Aviation Avenue at the Brantford Municipal Airport(CYFD) from 8am-3pm.

Representatives from a number of leading aviation products, including a range of avionic items, will be on hand to demonstrate and discuss the benefits of their products. These representatives will include Garmin, J.P. Instruments, Hartzell Engine Technologies,  Icom, Electronics International, Tempest, Bose, Mid-Continent Instruments, Pilot USA and more.

An assortment of popular aviation products will be specially priced to provide additional savings to those who attend the Aircraft Spruce Customer Appreciation Day. Numerous promotions will be offered to the event attendees including a free Tempest oil filter with the purchase of a case of oil.  There will be raffles held throughout the day with a number of raffle prizes including a Sennheiser S1, Garmin Pilot Pro Apps, Scheyden sunglasses, Bose SoundDock, magazine subscriptions, and much more!!  EAA Chapter 1 and EAA Chapter 468 will be selling the raffle tickets to benefit the Young Eagles Program at the Corona, CA and Peachtree City, GA locations.  COPA will be selling the raffle tickets to benefit the COPA For Kids Program at the Brantford Ontario, Canada location.

For detailed information including manufacturer attendance, raffle prizes, promotions and seminars scheduled for this day please visit



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