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Southwest Airlines Solicits Tweets From Passengers for a Twit-Com

 - Mar 21, 2009
References: blogsouthwest
Southwest Airlines is known for having a lot of fun and encouraging their flight attendants to be creative. A recent example, "The Rapping Southwest Flight Attendant," has gone viral.

Southwest is on Twitter and asked fans to Tweet the lines to a Twit-com. Southwest provided a cast of characters, a location and a destination. Between 10 AM and 11 AM CST, Southwest asked for Tweets at #swmovie. The lines were then "acted" by Southwest employees, and by early evening the Twit-com was on YouTube.com.

The script for the six minute video is on the Southwest blog Nuts about Southwest.