Enterprise Celebrates Fifth Anniversary of Athlete Network Partnership

Enterprise Holdings Inc. is celebrating the fifth anniversary of its national partnership with Athlete Network (formerly Career Athletes).

Athlete Network provides Enterprise access to more than 500 university athletic departments and enables it to network with current and former student athletes.

“It is an honor to continue to grow our partnership with Enterprise,” said Chris Smith, founder and CEO of Athlete Network. “Enterprise truly embraces the value of the athlete mindset and places Athlete Network members in positions to succeed. We value all that Enterprise continues to do for current and former athletes.”

Each year, Enterprise Rent-A-Car offices hire thousands of college graduates into the Enterprise Management Training and Management Internship programs, according to the company.



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