Help Oklahoma Tornado Victims and Earn Up to 500 AAdvantage Miles
The tornadoes which quickly developed with little warning and touched town in Oklahoma were some of the more powerful ones on record — and some neighborhoods were completely wiped out as a result.
Unfortunately, nine of the 24 people who died as a result of the tornadoes were children. Many more people were injured but escaped with literally the shirts on their backs and little else.
Hardest hit was the town of Moore — a suburb of Oklahoma City which suffered its second violent outburst of tornado activity within the past 14 years, as it was devastated by a tornado outbreak on May 3, 1999 and had since been rebuilt.
Now the rebuilding starts over for the people of Moore — yet again.
Here is your chance to help the victims of the Oklahoma tornadoes — and, at the same time, earn some American AAdvantage frequent flier loyalty program miles for yourself.
Through June 30, 2013, you can earn a one-time award of 250 American AAdvantage frequent flier loyalty program miles for a minimum donation of $50.00, or 500 American AAdvantage frequent flier loyalty program miles for a donation of $100.00 or more to the American Red Cross Disaster Relief.
Terms and conditions apply.
Here is a video report by Charlie Rose — who compares the tornado outbreaks in 1999 and 2013 — courtesy of CBS News:
Sure, 250 American AAdvantage frequent flier loyalty program miles will not exactly get you an award ticket anytime soon — but it is rather generous of American Airlines to offer an incentive in return for a donation by you which can go a long way towards helping the people of Oklahoma rebuild as soon as possible…