FSNA Reinstates U-Save Franchise Advisory Council

Franchise Services of North America Inc. (FSNA) is pleased to announce that U-Save Car & Truck Rental conducted its inaugural meeting of the newly reinstated Franchise Advisory Council on Feb. 9.

The council will meet biannually and represent the U-Save franchisee body from the neighborhood and airport markets, says the company. U-Save is focused on expanding the franchise system both domestically and internationally. The council will play a role in growing the brand, according to the company.

The council includes Reed Cook of South Carolina, Casey Skelton of Mississippi, Eduardo Guzowski of Costa Rica, Tom Mellett of Pennsylvania, Mark Harmon of Arkansas, Sean Cox of Colorado and Steve Landrum of Mississippi.

"The most dynamic improvements to our products and services come from our franchisees," says Brad Kjar, director of operations at U-Save Car & Truck Rental. "We are looking forward to working with this diverse group of owners as we enhance our owners' value, as well as that of our future owners."

FSNA is a publicly traded company that owns the U-Save Car & Truck Rental brand.

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