Avis and Aeroplan Celebrate 30-Year Partnership

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In celebration of a 30-year partnership, Avis and Aeroplan, a Canadian coalition loyalty program, have launched a contest for members. The winner will receive a Lincoln MKC for a year while 10 runners-ups will get 30,000 Aeroplan Miles.

Through April 30, Aeroplan members who rent a vehicle at participating Avis locations in Canada will be automatically entered into the contest. The contest is open to Aeroplan Members who are residents of Canada; they can participate online and at Avis Canada locations, according to the company.

Additionally, Aeroplan members can earn up to 1,500 Aeroplan Miles on qualifying rentals and save up to 25% on rentals at participating Avis locations around the globe. Aeroplan Distinction members can earn up to 2,000 Aeroplan Miles on qualifying rentals at participating locations.

“Aeroplan has expanded its reach and increased its membership over the last 30 years to become one of the most valued reward programs across Canada,” said David Crowther, senior vice president and general manager of Avis Budget Group Canada. “We're proud to be a longstanding Aeroplan partner.”

For more information, including contest rules, visit www.avis.ca/30Years.

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