Fox Launches First Location in New York

Photo courtesy of Fox Rent A Car.
Photo courtesy of Fox Rent A Car.

Fox Rent A Car has expanded its U.S. growth by opening an affiliate location at Buffalo-Niagara International Airport. This is Fox’s first location in New York.

The Buffalo office is now open for reservations. With this new location, Fox will now reach an additional five million New York travelers and expand its U.S. rental service into 13 states, according to the company.

“We are extremely pleased for the opportunity to bring the Fox brand to Buffalo, New York,” said Jack Wetzel, director of Fox Affiliate Divisions. “Our affiliate partners are ready to deliver the Fox value and service to new car rental customers at the Buffalo Airport. Not only does this mark our 88th Fox affiliate location, but it is our first new opening in 2016 and the first Fox location in North Eastern area of the United States.”

“Our momentum into 2016 is on the heels of the unprecedented success realized by our current Fox affiliates in 2015,” added Wetzel. “We continue to seek out new independent car rental companies ready to pursue the next step in business growth while providing exceptional customer service.“

"We are very happy to be a part of the Fox Rent A Car company and are looking forward to building the brand here in Buffalo, New York,” said Harjot Kang, general manager of Buffalo Airport Car Rental.

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