Fox Continues Global Expansion with 13 New Locations

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

Fox Rent A Car continues the expansion of its global business with 13 new locations now open for reservations.

The newest Fox affiliate locations recently opened at on-airport or rail terminal locations in Italy, England, Canada, Dominican Republic, and Turks & Caicos locations.

With the addition of these 13 new locations, Fox will now reach an additional 110 million Canadian, European, and Caribbean travelers and expand its rental service into 27 countries and territories, including the United States, according to the company.

The new Fox airport locations are located in Winnipeg and Calgary in Canada; Providenciales, Turks & Caicos Islands; Southampton and London Kings Cross station in England, and the following airports in Italy: Marche Ancona, Ciampino Rome, Linate Milano, Abruzzo Pescara, and Lamezia Terme Calabria.

The newest Fox location has opened at the airport in Santiago, Dominican Republic.

“We are very happy to expand with our new airport partners in Italy, England, Canada, Dominican Republic, and Turks & Caicos to bring the Fox value and brand experience to travelers in these growing leisure rental markets,” said Jack Wetzel, director of the Fox Affiliate Division for Fox Rent A Car. “We continue to seek out new partners and business location opportunities to expand our car rental service to loyal Fox customers around the globe.”

Comments

  1. Javier [ July 26, 2016 @ 12:18PM ]

    Congratulations for this expansion.

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