ACE Rent A Car Opens at Cabo Airport

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

ACE Rent A Car has announced the opening of a new affiliate location serving Los Cabos International Airport in San José del Cabo, Mexico.

Operated through Mex Rent A Car, it’s one of 51 ACE locations now operating in Mexico.

"We’re excited about the opportunity to expand our services at SJD and to further increase the awareness of the ACE brand in Mexico," said Juan Carlos Morga, Mex Rent A Car’s chief operating officer. "This latest addition to the ACE/Mex alliance gives us the opportunity to better meet growing consumer demands and to continue to show our dedication to customer satisfaction."

ACE runs a group of independent, affiliated operators around the world — over 350 locations in over 40 countries.

“Los Cabos is a major destination for the ACE customer,” said Britney Elbert, marketing coordinator for the ACE system. “To have partners like the team at Mex Rent A Car ensures that our customers will be taken care of for years to come.”

For more information on ACE's affiliate network, visit

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