Vehicles at Hertz's Gold Plus Rewards Program section. Photo courtesy of The Hertz Corp.
In 2016 to date, Hertz has received 37 awards highlighting its service around the globe, including recognition for its Gold Plus Rewards loyalty program, which has grown to 11.4 million members worldwide and adds an average of 5,000 new members per day.
The accolades include Best Car Rental Company by Global Traveler in the 12th annual GT Tested Reader Survey Awards, which asks frequent business and luxury travelers to name the best company in a variety of travel-related categories. Hertz also received the honor of Best Rental Car Company in the World in Business Traveler magazine's 2016 Best in Business Travel Awards as voted on by readers in its annual Best in Business Travel Survey.
Hertz Asia has recently been named the Best Car Rental provider by both the TTG Travel Hall of Fame Awards and the Travel Weekly Asia's Reader's Choice Awards.
Hertz received the Women's Choice Award for America's Most Recommended Car Rental Services for the fifth consecutive year for multiple categories including business travel, loyalty programs, overall customer service, and overall value.
FlyerTalk, the popular online community of frequent travelers, also named Hertz Gold Plus Rewards among the travel industry's best loyalty programs. Hertz Gold Plus Rewards was named the Best Rewards Program across the Americas, Europe/Africa, and Middle East/Asia/Oceania for the fifth consecutive year and also received the Outstanding Benefits recognition globally.
"Hertz is honored to receive these prestigious awards as the best car rental company from key industry influencers in the travel space," says Matt Jauchius, Hertz’s executive vice president and chief marketing officer. "These external accolades, coupled with the strong growth of Hertz Gold Plus Rewards, is a testament to the value our rental car service provides to consumers and industry leaders alike. We're pleased to continue to help millions of business and leisure travelers get to their destinations."