Avis Mexico Awarded ‘Licensee of the Year’ for Latin America/Caribbean

Avis Mexico, an independently-owned and operated licensee of Avis Car Rental, was named the Avis “Licensee of the Year” for Latin America and the Caribbean on June 27.

Avis Mexico was recognized for serving the growing car rental demand in Mexico and providing travelers and residents with its many products and services. Operating at more than 75 locations in Mexico ranging from major airports, metropolitan cities and tourism destinations, Avis offers a variety of vehicle makes and models to serve the needs of business and leisure travelers.

Avis Mexico also offers global positioning system (GPS) navigation devices, child safety seats, vehicle damage coverage options and vehicle leasing services to its customers.

“‘We try harder’ to make sure that travelers to Mexico have the same outstanding and memorable experience with Avis in Mexico that they have with Avis throughout the world," said Avis Mexico VP Alberto Gomez-Delgado. “We are honored to be named the region's Licensee of the Year in recognition of our efforts.”

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