Hertz Honored with Several Industry Awards

Photo courtesy of The Hertz Corp.
Photo courtesy of The Hertz Corp.

Hertz Global Holdings has won multiple awards across various categories this year, including the Women’s Choice Award, the Frequent Business Traveler’s GlobeRunner Award for “best car rental chain in the world,” the 2015 National Travel Industry Award for “best car/campervan rental operator” and the TravelAge West WAVE Award for “car rental company providing the highest client satisfaction.”

Additionally, Hertz was one of the winners in Glassdoor’s inaugural Candidates’ Choice Awards.

Hertz received the Women's Choice Award for the third year in a row and the GlobeRunner Award for the fourth consecutive year.

“At Hertz, we consistently strive to provide the world’s best car rental service and experience for our customers, as well as a strong, positive environment for our employees,” said Jeff Foland, senior executive vice president and chief revenue officer. “Receiving recognition from esteemed travel communities and organizations across the globe is truly a source of pride and honor for us.”

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