Hertz Wins Best Rental Company Award

Hertz ins the Best Car Rental Company award at the 2015 Business Travel Awards. Graphic via Hertz Corp.
Hertz ins the Best Car Rental Company award at the 2015 Business Travel Awards. Graphic via Hertz Corp.

The Hertz Corp. received the Best Car Rental Company award at the 2015 Business Travel Awards, which was held in London on Jan. 19.

The 20th annual event honored the travel industry’s leading businesses, teams and individuals from the last 12 months.

According to Hertz, a panel of judges — made up of business travel buyers and journalists — recognized the company for its ability to adapt to the ongoing needs of the car rental market, its global reach and corporate social responsibility (CSR) record.

“We're delighted the judges recognized our hard work in pushing the boundaries of car [rentals] in the past year,” said Neil Cunningham, Hertz U.K. general manager. “We are constantly adapting to the needs of our customers to provide innovative car rental solutions and services that fit around their changing lifestyles. Some examples of this are our Hertz 24/7 technology, our unique Hertz Collections and our enhanced loyalty program Gold Plus Rewards.”

For more information about Hertz’s services and Gold Plus Rewards in the U.K., visit www.hertz.co.uk.

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