Alamo Rent A Car Presents New Attraction at Disneyland

Alamo Rent A Car presented the opening of Luigi’s Flying Tires, a new attraction located in Cars Land in Disney California Adventure Park, on June 15.

Disney guests can rent with Alamo in order to make their way to the Disneyland Resort in Anaheim to experience the new ride based off the Pixar movie, Cars.

Under a partnership with the Walt Disney World Resort and Disneyland Resort since 2002, Alamo is the official rent-a-car service offering Disney guests special promotions and travel options.

Alamo has a rental branch office on-site at the Downtown Disney District at the Disneyland Resort to assist guests with their vacation-planning needs as well.

“We are very excited to present Luigi’s Flying Tires as the newest attraction for families and individuals to enjoy during their visit to the Disneyland Resort,” said Rob Connors, assistant VP of marketing for Alamo Rent A Car. “With an ongoing commitment to the highest quality customer service, we look forward to helping families make wonderful memories while at Cars Land.”

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