Fox Partners with Andy’s Rent-A-Car in Cayman Islands

Photo courtesy of Fox Rent-A-Car.
Photo courtesy of Fox Rent-A-Car.

Fox Rent-A-Car has partnered with Andy’s Rent-a-Car, a family owned and operated car rental company in the Grand Cayman Islands.

Starting in April, the two companies will team up to provide a larger fleet at two locations in the Grand Cayman Islands, including one at Owen Roberts International Airport.

"This partnership will give us wider recognition and help make us the first stop people make when they step off a plan in Grand Cayman," said Kenneth Parsons, vice president of Andy's Rent-a-Car. "Longtime visitors to the Cayman Islands know and trust Andy's for all their rental needs, but the Fox brand will help introduce a new class of world traveler to our method of service."

The partnership with Fox will provide a greater selection of family, luxury and convertible cars, according to the company.

Founded in 1987, Andy’s Rent-a-Car is a family-owned business that rents luxury, convertibles, vans and economy vehicles to Cayman Island visitors.

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