Airport Van Rental Expands With Franchise Offering

Airport Van Rental's corporate-owned location in San Diego. Photo courtesy of Airport Van Rental (AVR). 
Airport Van Rental's corporate-owned location in San Diego. Photo courtesy of Airport Van Rental (AVR).

Airport Van Rental (AVR) is expanding its franchises across the U.S. and looking for entrepreneurs. The expansion plan includes new corporate locations as well as new franchise stores.

Currently, AVR has expanded to 14 corporate locations in seven states. Locations include Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Jose, Ontario, Orange County, Las Vegas, Sacramento, San Diego, Denver, Portland, Houston, Indianapolis, and Chicago.

AVR’s focus is renting vans to seat seven to 15 passengers, according to the company. It also offers cargo and wheelchair-accessible vans.

“We look forward to adding our new franchisees into our growing business,” said Yaz Irani, founder and CEO of AVR. “We are proud to bring years of experience that will help our franchisees launch and successfully operate their AVR Van Rental franchise.”

AVR will provide its franchisees with support and training. “Our mission each and every day is to provide excellent customer service,” said Irani.

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