Avis Voted Best Car Rental Company by Travel Agents

Photo via Atomic Taco/Flickr
Photo via Atomic Taco/Flickr

Avis Car Rental has been named 2016's "Best Car Rental Company" by readers of Recommend, the magazine dedicated to helping travel agents sell travel by providing them with destination and product information.

The 20th Annual Recommend Readers' Choice Awards celebrate the industry's best destinations, suppliers, and more in 72 categories.

"When it comes to travel, Recommend readers are experts; so for them to recognize Avis as the Best Car Rental Company is an honor," said Scott Deaver, Avis Budget Group’s executive vice president and chief marketing officer. "We thank them for this distinction and for their continued business."

Travel agents enrolled in Unlimited Rewards, Avis Budget Group's loyalty program for travel professionals, earn rewards on Avis business and leisure car rental transactions in North America, Latin America, the Caribbean, Australia, and New Zealand. On a monthly basis, dollar rewards are loaded onto an Unlimited Rewards prepaid debit card that agents can use to make purchases anywhere the card is accepted, according to Avis.

Comments

  1. Varjavand Ariaban [ January 1, 2017 @ 10:24AM ]

    Excellent news and congratulations to all the hard working and dedicated Avis Budget Group employees!
    It is a very demanding business and a lot of work goes into being the best.

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