Green Motion San Diego Wins Six Franchise Awards

Employees at San Diego's Green Motion franchise location hold the award trophies. Photo courtesy of Green Motion.
Employees at San Diego's Green Motion franchise location hold the award trophies. Photo courtesy of Green Motion.

At Green Motion’s International Franchise Network Awards, the company’s San Diego franchise received six awards, including Green Motion Reviews Champion (silver), RPD Champion (bronze), Utilization Champion (winner), Excellence in Location Customer Service (winner), Rentalcars Review Champion (runner-up), and The Green Motion Champion Award (winner).

Green Motion’s Champion Award went to the owner of the company’s master state franchise for California: Xavier Ortiz-Mena. The award recognizes Ortiz-Mena’s dedication to the Green Motion brand.

"I was really pleased Green Motion San Diego achieved so many accolades for their dedication and commitment in making their Green Motion franchise successful," said Richard Lowden, founder and CEO of Green Motion. "I am equally as pleased that Xavier received our platinum Champion Award as he went above and beyond in support of our brand."

The International Franchise Network Awards are designed to mark the successes and triumphs of Green Motion's franchise network, according to the company.

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