U-Save Car Rental Recognized by Dealer Association

U-Save Car & Truck Rental has been approved by the National Independent Automobile Dealers Association as an endorsed NIADA National Member Benefit partner.

In business for more than 35 years, U-Save has over 200 car and truck rental locations around the world. U-Save has teamed up with NIADA to offer franchise opportunities to existing used car dealers, says the company.

"We are excited and honored to be selected by NIADA as a National Member Benefit partner,” said Tom McDonnell, CEO of U-Save Car & Truck Rental. “Partnering with NIADA opens the right doors for U-Save Car & Truck Rental to reach its target audience. We are looking forward to strong franchise sales growth through this partnership for 2015."

"Our member dealers continue to look for new ways to diversify and grow their business within a very competitive automotive retail environment,” said Scott Lilja, NIADA’s senior vice president of member services. “The NIADA endorsement and partnership with U-Save presents a very entrepreneurial strategy to expand their dealership customer base and corresponding revenue stream. … ”

For more information about U-Save, visit www.usave.com/franchise.

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