Airport Van Rental Launches Franchise in Chicago

Photo courtesy of Airport Van Rental
Photo courtesy of Airport Van Rental

Airport Van Rental (AVR) has opened a new franchise location serving Chicago Midway International Airport.  The office is located at 4435 W. 46th St., Chicago.

“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 own AVR Van Rental franchise.”

AVR has specialized in renting passenger vans for over a decade. The company focuses on renting seven- to 12- and 15-passenger vans and also offers cargo and wheelchair-accessible vans.

Currently, AVR has expanded to 14 locations in seven states and continues to grow.

“We are eager to see what the future holds for the company,” said Irani. “We are actively looking for entrepreneurs who share our passion, vision, and leadership. Our expansion plans include new corporate locations as well as new franchise stores.”

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