Enterprise Holdings’ Brands Sweep 2011 Executive Travel “Leading Edge Awards” for Car Rental

ST. LOUIS - June 21, 2011 - Enterprise Holdings' brands were named the top rental car services of 2011 by Executive Travel readers. The company's three brands - National Car Rental, Alamo Rent A Car  and Enterprise Rent-A-Car - were respectively awarded gold, silver and bronze rankings in the "Top Rental Car Overall" category of the magazine's 2011 Leading Edge Awards.

"National is focused on exceeding the expectations of business travelers from coast to coast and will continue to look for opportunities to further improve the rental experience for our customers," said Rob Connors, assistant vice president for National Car Rental. "We are honored to receive the Leading Edge Award in recognition of our ongoing efforts to make every single rental experience the kind that keeps our customers coming back, over and over again."

Published by the American Express Publishing Corporation, a publisher of luxury lifestyle magazines, which also publishes Travel + Leisure, FOOD & WINE, and Departures, Executive Travel surveyed its readers about their business travel experiences in order to identify the 2011 Leading Edge Award winners. The resulting annual list recognizes a gold, silver and bronze winner in 32 categories. Other winners of this year's awards include Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group as the top-rated hotel chain and Alaska Airlines among domestic carriers for its frequent flyer program.

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