Enterprise Relocates Facilities at Fort Myers Airport

Enterprise Holdings, operator of Enterprise Rent-A-Car, National Car Rental and Alamo Rent A Car brands, announced plans to better serve customers by relocating and renovating its rental facilities at Southwest Florida International Airport in Fort Myers.

“We believe the $3.4 million we’re investing in this improved facility will spur market growth and create more jobs in Lee County,” said Rob Wilson, vice president and general manager overseeing operations for Enterprise Holdings in Ft. Myers. “What’s more, customers of all three of our brands will experience added convenience and improved vehicle selection, in addition to the service quality they’ve come to expect.”

Part of a reallocation project facilitated by the Lee County Port Airport Authority, these improvements will give the Enterprise, National and Alamo brands placement in the center of the facility, along with nearly 40% of the total space, says Enterprise Holdings. Enhancements include a new customer-service building, availability of high-end cars, electronic tablets to streamline the rental process, self-service kiosks and a National Car Rental Emerald Experience gateway.

The project is scheduled for completion in November 2013.

“I am pleased that Enterprise continues to invest in the Southwest Florida community,” said Sen. Lizbeth Benacquisto, whose Florida Senate district includes Fort Myers. “We expect the improvements the company is making to its airport facility will continue to spur growth and create more jobs in the region.”

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