ACE Opens New Facility Near Orlando Airport

The grand-opening ceremony at ACE Rent A Car's new location in Orlando included a blood drive for the community. Photo courtesy of ACE Rent A Car.
The grand-opening ceremony at ACE Rent A Car's new location in Orlando included a blood drive for the community. Photo courtesy of ACE Rent A Car.

ACE Rent A Car celebrated the grand opening of its new location near Orlando International Airport on June 21. The move into a five-acre property is an upgrade for the 1,200-vehicle rental operation, according to the company.

The location, operated through ACE licensee LTG, is one of 12 ACE locations serving Florida travelers and residents.

“Our new location will be key to our success as we continue to grow our operations,” said Patrick Lewis, co-owner of LTG. “We have no doubt we’ll be able to provide an exceptional customer experience through our airport shuttle service and competitive rates.”

The grand-opening ceremony included a blood drive for the community as well as a ribbon cutting ceremony. The ceremony was led by business development manager, Ric Castro, from the Orlando Chamber of Commerce.

The ribbon cutting ceremony at the new location near Orlando Airport. Photo courtesy of ACE Rent A Car.
The ribbon cutting ceremony at the new location near Orlando Airport. Photo courtesy of ACE Rent A Car.

“We’re pleased with the turn out we had from the community and local businesses today,” said Britney Elbert, marketing coordinator for ACE. “We’re looking forward to sharing the great experiences we know our customers will have at this location.”

Currently, ACE Rent A Car has more than 350 locations in over 40 countries. For more information on ACE’s affiliate network, visit www.acerentacar.com.

Comments

  1. Javier [ June 29, 2016 @ 12:46PM ]

    congratulations to Ace RAC, by this renew location, best wishes from Mex Rent-A-Car

  2. Juan Carlos [ June 29, 2016 @ 12:53PM ]

    Nice & great news for the ACE family.

  3. Ernest [ June 29, 2016 @ 01:18PM ]

    Good lucky, your friends from Mexico de grande renting cars

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