Attend the Car Rental Show for Free

At the 2009 Car Rental Show, the pre-conference Tennant Group Roundtable had overflow attendance. Attendees came to hear Roundtable members present their “Best Profit Making Ideas” to take home revenue-generating tips that directly helped their bottom line.

This year, the seminar "7 Moneymaking Ideas to Use Today" will be held during the conference, on Wednesday, April 21 from 10:45 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. And this year, the opportunity to present an idea will be expanded beyond the Tennant Group and is open to any show attendee.

"Car rental operators have to be full of good ideas in today’s environment, so this year we are opening it up to everyone," says Jim Tennant. "Let us have your best idea."

Those who wish to participate will have five minutes to present an idea. All attendees in the seminar will vote for the best one. The winner will be recognized at the Networking Lunch and will be awarded a fully transferable Car Rental Show registration, worth up to $550. To present your idea, contact Jim Tennant, or (707) 603-6902. Submissions must be made prior to the Car Rental Show, before April 20.

For more information on the 2010 Car Rental Show, visit Register before March 30 to take advantage of the early-bird registration discount and hotel room discount!


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