Fox Opens Location at Maui Airport

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

Fox Rent A Car continues its expansion of U.S. affiliate locations with a new facility now open in Hawaii at Maui’s Kahului Airport. Maui’s Allsave Car Rental will run this new Fox affiliate office.

“We are extremely pleased for the opportunity to bring the Fox brand to Maui,” said Jack Wetzel, director of Fox Affiliate Divisions. “Our affiliate partners are ready to deliver our Fox value and service to new car rental customers at the Maui airport. Not only does this location help us reach our next target goal of 100 Fox affiliate locations, this is our second opening in 2016 and the first Fox location to open on Maui.”

"We are pleased and excited to join the Fox affiliate program here in Maui and look forward to growing our business,” said Art Herrera and Daniel, owners of Allsave Car Rental. “After doing our research, we feel that Fox has the tools and exposure needed to help us reach the next level in our business development.”

With the addition of this new location, Fox expands its rental service to 13 U.S. states.

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

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