Go Rentals Announces New Hire and Promotion

Go Rentals, an elite car rentals services company specializing in the private jet industry, has promoted and hired new team members at the corporate office in Newport Beach, Calif., and in Vail, Colo, the company announced May 29.

Maritzabel Ruiz has been promoted from FBO Relations Manager in Palm Springs, Calif., where she opened a new office at Thermal Airport Tradition Aviation to the director of business development in Las Vegas. In her new role, while overseeing Palm Springs and Thermal, she’ll oversee and expand the company’s operation at Atlantic Aviation at Las Vegas Airport. Her background in marketing to hotels, country clubs, convention centers and entertainment groups will serve her well in Las Vegas where she’ll also work with athletes, casinos, resorts, entertainers and other VIPs.

Jill Eberly, previously at Rocky Mt. Vacation Rentals, has recently been hired as the new manager at the Vail, Colo., office for Go Rentals. Her background in sales and hospitality give her a blend of guest service and business acumen that Go Rentals seeks in all its new hires.

“We hire the best people and really foster an environment for going above and beyond by creating as many opportunities for one-on-one, customized interactions as possible,” said Go Rentals CEO Kaye Gitibin. “We’re looking forward to adding to our Go Rentals family this year at various locations.”

Go Rentals has catered to the private jet industry since 1995. Still a family-owned and operated business, Go Rentals has locations in Arizona, California, Colorado and Nevada, and service to more than 40 airports and various 5-star hotels.

Further information about Go Rentals is available online at GoRentals.com.

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