Enterprise Wins Four Magellan Awards

Magellan Award. Photo courtesy of Enterprise Holdings.
Magellan Award. Photo courtesy of Enterprise Holdings.

Enterprise Holdings Inc. has been recognized by Travel Weekly magazine with four Magellan Awards in the ground transportation categories.

The company received a Gold Magellan Award in the luxury car collection, TV commercial and ad campaign categories, as well as a Silver Magellan Award in the mobile app category.

“Our marketing campaigns and National’s mobile app reinforce the value we place on customer service, and our Exotic Car Collection by Enterprise reflects our well-executed response to customer demand for luxury vehicle rentals,” said Greg Stubblefield, chief strategy officer and executive vice president for Enterprise Holdings Inc.

Stubblefield, who serves on the United States Travel and Tourism Advisory Board and co-chairs the Board’s Infrastructure subcommittee, also represents Enterprise Holdings on the World Travel and Tourism Council.

“The diverse categories for which we’ve received awards celebrate our companywide commitment to understanding our customers and putting them first, regardless if they are traveling for business or leisure,” he added.

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