ACE Rent A Car Adds 100 Affiliate Locations

Photo courtesy of ACE Rent A Car.
Photo courtesy of ACE Rent A Car.

ACE Rent A Car has announced the addition of 100 affiliated locations in the last two quarters of 2015.

In North America, ACE added locations in Hawaii, Alaska, Mexico and Quebec. Internationally, ACE now offers service to its customers in Andorra, France, Greece, Iceland, Italy, Ireland, Morocco, Portugal, Prague, and Spain, according to the company.

"We are thrilled about the addition of operators to represent the ACE brand and serve our customers in these destinations," said Ceven Goodman, director of sales for the ACE Rent A Car system. "2015 saw the addition of 160 new locations for the ACE system. Our brand, technology platform and partner relationships make ACE an excellent choice for independent companies looking to expand their customer base.”

ACE's affiliate network is comprised of over 350 independently owned and operated locations in over 40 countries, says the company.

For more information on ACE's affiliate network, visit

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