Enterprise Truck Rental Opens in West Virginia

Photo courtesy of Enterprise Holdings
Photo courtesy of Enterprise Holdings

Enterprise Truck Rental, a service of Enterprise Rent-A-Car, has opened its first location in West Virginia.

The 43,000-square-foot Charleston facility offers a diverse rental fleet of box trucks, cargo vans, and pickup trucks for both business and personal use, according to Enterprise. In addition, Enterprise is working with local service shops and other area vendors to maintain the vehicles.

“Through conversations with our existing corporate accounts in the state, it became clear that West Virginia was an ideal market to better serve our customers and grow our business by offering truck rental services,” said Michael Hodges, Enterprise Group Truck Manager in West Virginia.

To celebrate the grand opening, Enterprise Truck Rental is extending its online winter promotion to all new customers at the West Virginia location. Now through Feb. 28, customers can save up to 35% off personal use base rates for Monday through Thursday pickup dates and up to 25% off for Friday and Saturday pickup dates.

“Extending our winter promotion to those renting from our West Virginia location for the first time is our way of saying thank you for their business,” said Hodges. “We aim to exceed customer expectations, so both new and existing customers will continue to choose Enterprise to fulfill their transportation needs.”

The new branch is open from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday and 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. on Saturday. It is closed on Sunday.

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