Fox Expands Global Affiliate Program

Los Angeles-based Fox Rent-A-Car continues to expand its affiliate program by adding 15 new locations in the U.S., Latin America and Europe.

In the U.S., Fox has added locations in Hawaii, Oregon and Montana. These locations are the latest U.S. affiliates to serve the Fox leisure, tourist and business traveler, says the company.

The new international affiliate locations are located in the United Kingdom, Mexico, Turkey, Columbia, Panama, Hungary, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Romania and Bulgaria, according to Fox.

With the addition of these new outlets, Fox continues to expand its brand around the world and will reach an additional 136.5 million travelers at these new locations, says the company. Fox now operates in 22 countries and territories, including the U.S.

“We are happy to partner with these local affiliates to bring the Fox value and brand experience to travelers in these new, growing markets,” said Roger Ritchie, vice president of marketing for Fox Rent-A-Car. “We are continually seeking new location opportunities to expand our brand to Fox customers around the globe. We’re delighted to be expanding into these new states and countries and to be delivering Fox value, convenience and superior service to new customers at these locations.”

These new locations are now open for reservations or opening soon. For more information, visit www.foxrentacar.com.

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