Advantage Rent A Car Partners with Europcar

Franchise Services of North America Inc. (FSNA) today announced that Advantage Rent A Car, one of its subsidiaries, has formed a worldwide partnership with Europcar.

This alliance offers global expansion and brand awareness for Advantage as well as more U.S. growth for the international Europcar brand.

“This partnership is an extremely exciting opportunity for us,” said Tom McDonnell, chairman and CEO of FSNA. “Advantage customers will now be able to reserve and rent cars globally. The transaction will transform our brand from the fourth largest car rental company in North America to a global provider of auto rental.”

“We are delighted to partner with Advantage and make a strategic move for both our companies,” said Roland Keppler, CEO of Europcar. “We share the same values and client-oriented attitude. Both our teams are fully committed to deliver excellent customer service and innovative solutions. We will actively cooperate to share best practices, while developing together mobility projects.”

 

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