Go Rentals Opens Two New Colorado Locations

Go Rentals, a car rental services company specializing in the private jet industry, is continuing its expansion to the western states of the U.S. by opening two new locations in Colorado. Airports in Denver (APA) and Vail (EGE) have been added to the company’s growing list of locations, including an office in Aspen (ASE).

“Aspen is already such a popular destination, but demand for Denver and Vail was too great to ignore,” said Go Rentals President Kavous Gitibin. “Our customers travel to Denver and Vail frequently, for both business and pleasure, and were in need of our services at these locations so we’ve expended our presence in Colorado. We’re really looking forward to becoming a part of these communities.”

Go Rentals has locations in Arizona, California, Colorado and Nevada, and services more than 40 airports and various 5-star hotels. Further information about Go Rentals is available at www.GoRentals.com.

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