Enterprise Rent-A-Car Joins NABC as Diamond Level Corporate Member

Princeton Junction, NJ - The National Auto Body Council (NABC) is pleased to announce that Enterprise Rent‐A‐Car, an internationally known rental car brand, is the latest organization to enroll as an NABC diamond level member, the highest level of NABC corporate membership. Like several other corporate members, Enterprise's support of the NABC will include participation in Recycled Rides, the NABC‐sponsored nationwide awareness project whereby NABC members repair and donate recycled vehicles to families and service organizations in need in their communities.

Enterprise expects to utilize its NABC membership to help meet unmet needs in local communities and to enhance its relationships with key business partners.

Mary Mahoney, vice president‐insurance replacement for Enterprise, said, "Our NABC membership is a natural fit with our core insurance replacement business. We are continually looking for ways to be an indispensable partner to our insurance and body shop partners."

Mahoney added that the Recycled Rides program held strong appeal for Enterprise. "We are strong believers in giving back to the communities where our customers and employees live and work. Our people enjoy rolling up their sleeves and getting involved in projects that really make a difference."

The NABC welcomes Enterprise Rent‐A‐Car, and-given their footprint in virtually every U. S. market-considers the company well‐positioned to become an important facilitator in the improvement of industry image.

"I am delighted that Enterprise is not only interested in supporting NABC at the Diamond level of membership, but that they are also excited to work on the Recycled Rides program," stated NABC Executive Director Chuck Sulkala. "As the industry's largest replacement vehicle rental company, their involvement opens up more opportunities to secure vehicles for the program, helping to fulfill a demand that grows almost daily because of the program's rapid expansion. We thank them for their support."

Companies and collision repairers interested in changing the industry for the better can help by becoming a member of NABC. Membership applications are available on the website at www.autobodycouncil.org.

Comments

  1. HENRY CHEDRAOUI [ July 28, 2011 @ 04:00AM ]

    Is Maaco a member of the National Auto body Council? If so, is it something that the USPS should look into?

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