Hertz’s Agent Gold Reward Members Could Win New Car

The Hertz Corporation announced Sept. 15 that U.S. agent members of its Agent Gold Rewards program will be able to enter a new car contest, “Working for the Weekend,” through Nov. 14, 2011.

The winner will have the choice between the Dodge Challenger, Jeep Wrangler or a Chrysler 200 convertible, as well as the opportunity to win 50,000 bonus Agent Gold Rewards points for Hertz rentals and 25,000 Agent Gold Rewards points for Advantage rentals. Members earn one sweepstakes entry for each completed Hertz rental transaction at 3-or-more days worldwide and one sweepstakes entry for each completed 3-or-more day Advantage rental in the U.S. 

“Travel agents play an integral role in planning both leisure and business trips for our customers and our ‘Working for the Weekend’ sweepstakes is our way of thanking agents for their dedication and continual support of the Hertz and Advantage brands,” says Mark P. Frissora, chairman and CEO of Hertz.

For terms and conditions, or for travel agents not currently a member of the rewards program, more information can be found online at www.hertzagentgold.com.

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