Hertz Wins 3 Travel Awards

Photo by Amy Winter.
Photo by Amy Winter.

The Hertz Corp. has been named as the “Best Car Rental Company of 2014” in three travel industry awards, including Business Traveler Magazine’s 2014 Best in Business Travel Awards, Global Traveler’s GT Tested Reader Survey Awards and Recommend Travel Agent Reader’s Choice Awards.

"At Hertz, we're constantly striving to offer our customers the best, most convenient car rental experience possible," said Bob Stuart, Hertz executive vice president of global sales and marketing. "It's an honor to earn these awards, and we will continue to innovate to ensure Hertz remains the leader in the industry."

Business Traveler Magazine's 2014 Best in Business Travel Awards named the travel industry's top providers of services and products. Chosen by the magazine’s readers in the 26th annual “Best in Business Travel Survey,” Hertz was named “Best Car Rental Company in North America,” according to Hertz. This year, readers selected the best in 66 categories, ranging from global airlines, hotel establishments and car rental companies.

Global Traveler named Hertz “Best Car Rental Company” in the 11th GT Tested Reader Survey awards, says the company. The readers of Global Traveler named the top of class in airlines, hotels, destinations, travel goods and services around the world.

Additionally, Recommend magazine named Hertz as “Best Travel Agent Support Car Rental Company” in its 18th annual readers’ choice awards, according to Hertz. Recommend readers selected their preferred destinations, tour operators, resorts and cruise lines, and a variety of other industry categories.

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