Super Cheap Car Rental Announces Winner of Contest

Sarah Jane Cass with her prize from the contest. Photo courtesy of Super Cheap Car Rental. 
Sarah Jane Cass with her prize from the contest. Photo courtesy of Super Cheap Car Rental.

Super Cheap Car Rental has announced the winner of its “Not So New Car Rental Giveaway Contest.” Sarah Jane Cass received the 2006 Toyota Corolla.

To participate, contestants submitted a selfie to Facebook with a short caption that explains why they love Super Cheap. The photo with the most “likes” on Facebook would win the 2006 Toyota Corolla, according to the company. Cass posted her selfie and received the most “likes.”

Cass said that she rents from Super Cheap Car Rental when visiting Los Angeles.

"I had nightmares in the past with big car rental companies," said Cass. “I had really lovely email conversations about pricing and what it would include before I booked. I just didn't have any surprises and having zero excess charges — I think it's a really great plus, as well."

Voting was from April 1 until Oct. 1.

For more information, click here to visit Super Cheap Car Rental’s Facebook page.

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