Alamo, National Expand Latin American Franchises

For its Alamo Rent A Car and National Car Rental brands, Enterprise Holdings has announced the openings of new franchise locations in Belize, Peru and Turks & Caicos.

Alamo and National brands will serve customers at Belize’s Philip S.W. Goldson International Airport and in Belize City. For Peru, Alamo will open a location at Jorge Chavez International Airport. And in Turks & Caicos, Alamo will have a location in Providenciales and at the Providenciales International Airport.

“The addition of these locations in Latin America and the Caribbean provide countless more travelers access to the affordability and convenience offered by our growing network of Alamo and National brand locations,” said Peter Smith, vice president of global franchising for Enterprise Holdings.

All locations are offering grand opening promotions, says Enterprise. Available on qualifying minimum six-day car rentals, specific country offers include:

  • Belize: From March 31 through May 30, both Alamo and National locations will offer up to a $25 discount off weekly rentals. National customers can use coupon code: ND9357KRT; Alamo customers can use coupon code: AD2894HED.
  • Peru: Through April 30, the Alamo branch at Jorge Chavez International Airport will offer up to a $20 dollar discount off weekly rentals. Customers can use coupon code: AD2857JUT.
  • Turks & Caicos: Through April 30, both Alamo locations will offer up to a $30 dollar discount off weekly rentals. Customers can use coupon code: AD2389ZAP.

Currently, Alamo and National franchises now operate in 28 countries and territories throughout Latin America and the Caribbean, says Enterprise.

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