Alamo, National Partner with Asia Miles

Alamo Rent A Car and National Car Rental have launched a new partnership program with Asia Miles, a travel rewards program in Asia.

The program allows Asia Miles members to earn 500 miles when renting from any participating Alamo and National locations in North America and Latin America, according to Enterprise Holdings, owner and operator of the Alamo and National brands.

“We are excited about this new program,” said Jerry Mosiello, Enterprise Holdings Inc.’s vice president of international business development, “in that it provides Asia Miles members an opportunity to earn valuable miles while experiencing quality service offered by Alamo and National.”

Alamo is a value-oriented brand serving the car rental needs of airport leisure travelers while National is considered a premium brand serving the daily rental needs of the frequent airport traveler.

Asia Miles has more than 8 million members and over 600 program partners worldwide, including 25 airlines and over 150 hotel brands and groups.

To participate in the rewards program, Asia Miles members need to make their reservation and provide their membership number via the dedicated Alamo Rent A Car website or National Car Rental website.

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