Fox to Open Corporate Location in Myrtle Beach

Fox Rent-A-Car is opening a new location in South Carolina next month. Photo courtesy of Fox.
Fox Rent-A-Car is opening a new location in South Carolina next month. Photo courtesy of Fox.

Continuing its U.S. expansion, Fox Rent-A-Car is opening a new location in Myrtle Beach, S.C., on May 1. This will be Fox’s 19th U.S. location, says the company.

The Myrtle Beach store is the first corporate location in South Carolina to serve the budget-conscious Carolinas leisure, tourist and business traveler, according to the company. The facility will be located in the car rental center at the Myrtle Beach International Airport.

At this new location, Fox customers will be able to take advantage of grand opening offers and rent from an expanded fleet offering.

“Fox Rent-A-Car selected the popular golfing, family and tourist destination of Myrtle Beach to expand availability to our value-oriented customers,” said Sean Busking, chief operating officer for Fox Rent-A-Car. “We are continually seeking opportunities to improve the rental experience for our Fox customers from coast to coast, and this new Myrtle Beach location offers a popular new location for our customers who demand the very best in convenience and great value.”

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