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Enterprise Rent-A-Car opens a new branch in Columbus

Posted September 3, 2013    

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Angel Bigger, [email protected]

Enterprise Rent-A-Car Opens New Rental Branch in Columbus
Columbus, Ga. (September 19, 2013)Enterprise Rent-A-Car, the largest car rental company in North America, has relocated its rental office in Columbus to 5733 B Veterans Parkway. The office had previously been at 1639 Bradley Park Drive.
Enterprise focuses on the home-city rental car market, which serves the needs of local Columbus residents, and specializes in renting vehicles to customers who need a replacement car as the result of an accident, mechanical repair or theft, or who require a vehicle for a special occasion such as a short business or leisure trip.  In order to serve the needs of all customers, Enterprise offers free customer pick-up as well as more than 120 types of automobiles, including vans and sport-utility vehicles.
"At Enterprise, our top priority is customer service, and we’re looking forward to continuing to serve the Columbus community," said Angel Bigger, who oversees Enterprise operations in Columbus and surrounding locations. "Our new location is a significant upgrade over the old office, with more space and fully updated signage.We believe it will help us provide even better service to our Columbus customers."
Enterprise and the city of Columbus will celebrate the new branch location with a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 11:00 am on Sept. 19, at 5733 B Veterans Parkway.
About Enterprise Rent-A-Car
Enterprise Rent-A-Car is an internationally recognized brand that has been named to BusinessWeek magazine's annual list of Customer Service Champs in 2007, 2008, 2009 and 2010. With more than 5,500 offices located within 15 miles of 90 percent of the U.S. population, Enterprise operates more than twice as many locations as its nearest competitor and continues to lead the home-city market, with local car rental revenues currently experiencing double-digit growth. Enterprise is known for its 'everyday low price,' including popular weekend rates starting at $9.99 per day (the rate includes 100 free miles a day).

 

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