Enterprise Provides Car Maintenance Package to Military, Veterans

Photo courtesy of Enterprise Holdings. 
Photo courtesy of Enterprise Holdings.

During November, Enterprise Car Sales is providing active U.S. military members, veterans and their dependents a Firestone Prepaid Maintenance Package with the purchase of any Enterprise vehicle.

Valued at $300, the package will be redeemable at any Firestone Complete Auto Care, Tires Plus and Hibdon Tires Plus locations, according to the company. This offer is not valid in California and Oregon.

“To commemorate Veterans Day, we wanted to show our deep appreciation for the men and women who have served our county,” said Mike Bystrom, vice president of Enterprise Car Sales. “This maintenance package is a valuable benefit, and because we are teaming up with Firestone, military members and their families can be assured that the auto work will be of the highest quality.”

With more than 130 U.S. locations, Enterprise Car Sales — an addition to the Enterprise Rent-A-Car brand — features more than 250 makes and models of certified, late-model used cars, trucks, vans and SUVs. According to the company, it selects clean and well-maintained vehicles from its fleet and offers them at competitive used car prices.

For more information about the maintenance package, visit www.enterprisecarsales.com.

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