Sixt Czech Republic Receives Marketing Award from Superbrands Organization

Sixt Czech Republic was awarded with the Superbrands Award 2013 by the Superbrands organization for the car rental company’s level of quality, service, experience and reliability.

The Superbrands organization chooses the best brand in every industry sector in 88 countries. The award is recognized in the area of marketing. Sixt Czech Republic was chosen from 1 million registered and communicated brands in the Czech Republic.

The rental car company will be featured in Superbrand’s yearbook highlighting the history and development of Sixt to commemorate the award.

Sixt operates eight car rental stations in Czech Republic with a fleet of vehicles from Audi, BMW, Mercedes and Volkswagen.

Related news: Sixt Recruits Students from 60 German Universities via Facebook

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