Payless Opens Corporate-owned Store in Albuquerque

St. Petersburg, FL (PRWEB) July 06, 2011

Payless Car Rental (http://www.PaylessCar.com) has opened a new company-owned store in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Travelers flying into Albuquerque International Sunport Airport (ABQ) can now rent a car at the new Payless Car Rental booth located at the Sunport Car Rental Center. While not considered a mainstream vacation spot, this Southwestern city is a popular niche travel market known for its combination of serene landscapes, outdoor adventures, multi-culturalism and historic attractions.

Today there are only a handful of car rental agencies represented in Albuquerque International Sunport Airport (ABQ) and Payless Car Rental is one of only a few low-cost rental car companies at ABQ. The discount car rental agency primarily appeals to leisure travelers looking to snag a deal on rental cars during these tough economic times. Payless' entry into the Albuquerque airport market marks a new milestone in its US expansion plans. In 2010, the low-priced car rental company added San Francisco, Oakland, and Miami to its portfolio of corporate-owned stores. The Payless Albuquerque store operations is led by an management team with more than 25 years of car rental experience.

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