Alamo and National Franchise Locations Open in Trinidad and Tobago

Enterprise Holdings in partnership with Neal & Massy Automotive Ltd. announced April 26 the opening of three new Alamo Rent A Car and National Car Rental locations in Trinidad and Tobago. The partnership between Enterprise Holdings, which owns and operates the National and Alamo brands, and Neal & Massy includes a multi-territory agreement with locations in Port of Spain at Piarco International Airport, Morvant and in Tobago at the A.N.R. Robinson International Airport.

"We are excited about our new locations in Trinidad and Tobago, and we are very pleased to be partnering with Neal & Massy as we expand operations in the Caribbean," said Jerry Smith, vice president of franchise operations with Enterprise Holdings.

Speaking to government ministries and ministers, chamber of commerce staff, and travel and hospitality executives in attendance at a ribbon-cutting ceremony, David O'Brien, senior vice president and executive chairman of Neal & Massy Automotive Ltd., stated, "The expansion of Alamo and National into Trinidad and Tobago brings two trusted brands to the area. Together, we look forward to the opportunity to provide the highest level of customer service to visitors and residents."

The three new locations are open at Piarco International Airport, Morvant and A.N.R. Robinson International Airport, Tobago. All three locations are currently accepting reservations online at Alamo and National.

The last reported brand expansion for Alamo and National in the Caribbean was in the Cayman Islands in February.


  1. Hewley Sonaram [ February 22, 2013 @ 12:37PM ]

    I am very disappointed that - after eight (8) years of doing business with Neal & Massy Limited, (Auto Rentals)- Three (3)times per month paying cash, that this alliance has now made it possible for me to be ripped off by Taxi drivers and so called friends - who need me to deposit three hundred (us) dollars on their credit cards so that they can rent a car for me for three days. Last Tuesday (February 19th.) I could not get a friend to use for this purpose and ended sleeping at the airport because Authorised Taxi drivers did not want to go to San Fernando. The reason I do not operate a Credit Card - is because I lost one in Trinidad in december 2010, and had to be assisted by Shamo and Mr. Furlounge (both Neal & Massy /Auto Rental employees) to pay my rental and suffered tremendous costs (which I am still paying to date).
    These men know me personally over the years, and know the frequency of my visits to Trinidad - The previous rental records can verify - surely - you guys at National/Alamo can do something to help this businessman who owns Two(2) Businesses in Saint Lucia.
    PLEASE respond to this email vigourously.
    Thanks, Best regards,
    Hewley E. A. Sonaram
    Saint Lucia
    tel: 1 758 450 4455
    cell: 1 758 720 2308
    email: [email protected]

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