Holiday Lift Guide: Ideas for lifting people up November 29, 2018 Story Catherine Sherman 2 min read Share Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window) With turkey leftovers crammed in the fridge, we dash into the holiday season with bells on. Or not. While some manage to finish their holiday shopping on Black Friday, many of us struggle to find the perfect gift for the people we love. At Alaska, we talk a lot about lift – that gravity-defying moment when an airplane takes flight, and those small acts of kindness that turn a stressful travel experience around. This year, instead of a traditional gift guide, we’ve identified ways we can lift people up for the holidays. The Alaska Airlines Holiday Lift Guide inspires uplifting experiences you can offer to those in your life who make yours a little easier. We believe small gestures have the power to make a big difference. “Being remarkable is one of our core values and something that our teams showcase each and every day,” said Katie D’Amato, director of brand marketing at Alaska Airlines. “We get that it’s the little things that can make a big difference in someone’s day, so we wanted to spread the love throughout the busy holiday season and encourage others to do the same.” Get lift ideas Check out our guide for lifting up everyone in your life from friends and family to fellow travelers and important others. Share your own Have your own way of spreading holiday cheer? Use the hashtag #TheLiftThatKeepsOnGiving to share your lift ideas on Twitter and Instagram. We’re hoping that by sharing, we’ll keep the goodness going. Plus, you’ll be automatically entered to win* two roundup Alaska Airlines flights for you or a friend. *Terms and conditions apply. Visit AlaskaHolidayLiftGuide.com for official rules. Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window) Related Comments Parents of small children have a hard time finding time to shop and get ready for Christmas. Offer to babysit your nieces and nephews, your grandchildren, or children of close friends and family. Or even watch them for a weekend so their parents can spend time together before the busy holiday season. Would like to wish everyone a very Merry Christmas and I hope we all have love for everyone in are hearts I think everyone could be more happy in are life ❤️❤️❤️???????????? Sent from my iPad > Comments are closed.