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Delta CEO Helps Worried Mom Make Her Flight

Jun 26, 2013 (Morning Edition) — Jessie Frank was a distraught mother who was going to be late picking up her daughter at camp. She was on stand-by in Washington, D.C. for an over-booked Delta Flight to Atlanta. A man offered her his seat, and it turns out it was Delta CEO Richard Anderson. His kindness helped the mom and earned some good PR for the company.

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