Enterprise Brands Grow in Nashville

A Enterprise Rent-A-Car location in Nashville. Photo courtesy of Enterprise Holdings.
A Enterprise Rent-A-Car location in Nashville. Photo courtesy of Enterprise Holdings.

The combined Enterprise Holdings’ brands (Enterprise Rent-A-Car, National Car Rental and Alamo Rent A Car) are seeing a double-digit year-over-year increase in rental transactions at Nashville International Airport, according to the company.

Additionally, local Enterprise Rent-A-Car neighborhood locations in Nashville are also seeing an increase in rentals.

“We view an increase in rentals at our airport branches as a strong indicator of increasing business and leisure travel in Nashville,” said Darren Gottschalk, vice president of Enterprise Holdings in Nashville.

Since last summer, Enterprise has opened two new locations in the Tennessee region and continues to add more, including one in Cool Springs set to open in the fall.

“Our emphasis on service continues to be a major contributor to our growth here,” said Gottschalk. “We focus on building loyal, long-term relationships during each and every transaction, for both out-of-towners as well as local Nashville residents.”

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