Fox’s Affiliate Growth Fuels Location Upgrades

Fox Rent A Car's affliate location at Heathrow Airport in London. Photo courtesy of Fox Rent A Car.
Fox Rent A Car's affliate location at Heathrow Airport in London. Photo courtesy of Fox Rent A Car.

Fox Rent A Car has announced that many of its current affiliate partners have experienced growth and will be moving to larger rental facilities or upgrading their existing locations.

Fox affiliates in Maui, Brisbane, Australia, and four United Kingdom locations (London Heathrow, London Gatwick, Manchester, and Glasgow, Scotland) all plan to move or expand their rental location facilities to accommodate the growth they have seen in the past year.

“With the help of Fox Rent A Car, we have increased our U.K. fleet over the past three years by 120%,” said Paul Hanley, managing director of EasiRent Car and Van Hire. “As a result, we are moving to much larger premises at both our London Heathrow and Manchester Airport locations.”

“Our success is exhibited by our partner’s success and expansions,” said Jack Wetzel, director of Fox Rent A Car’s affiliate division. “The changes we’ve made to our affiliate partner vetting process, allowing us to identify the best independent car rental companies and leaders in the international marketplace, has allowed us to partner with car rental companies that share our core Fox values and culture. We continue to seek out new affiliate partners and business opportunities to expand our car rental brand to loyal Fox customers around the globe.”

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