Fox to Open at Austin Airport

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

Fox Rent-A-Car continues to expand in the U.S. with the opening of a new location in Austin on Oct. 1. This latest addition to the Fox corporate location roster is now open for reservations.

The Austin location is the first Fox corporate location in Texas, according to the company. It will be located in the car rental center at the Austin-Bergstrom International Airport and will operate seven days a week.

“We are pleased to introduce the Fox Rent A Car Inc. brand to the Lone Star State of Texas,” said Sean Busking, Fox’s chief operating officer. “The addition of the Austin location will provide countless more leisure, tourist and business travelers in the Midwest access to our deep-value discounts and convenient rental options. Fox is planning additional expansion in the Texas market and is very excited to give our loyal customers additional rental options in that state.”

Customers will be able to take advantage of special Austin grand-opening offers, according to the company.

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