New Ways to Maximize Corporate Business

If your car rental operation is looking for “New Ways to Maximize Corporate Business,” then don’t miss the seminar with the same name at the 2013 Car Rental Show.

Conducted by Nick DiPrima of TSD and special guest presenters, this energetic session will provide new examples of how independent and franchised rental operators are making real strides in gaining corporate accounts, as well as proven strategies from operators themselves.

Scheduled topics will include:

  • how to succeed in the David and Goliath game of insurance replacement rentals
  • how to handle an accident while keeping your corporate account
  • tips to targeting and converting competitive corporate accounts
  • how franchise operators can use today’s technology to drive corporate account satisfaction and repeat business

Guest presenters are McKenzie Spalding of Choice Auto Rental, Ari Weingrad, president of the South Florida Auto Rental Association and owner of RentMax Car Rental, and René Mitchell of Clearwater Transportation, a Dollar and Thrifty licensee.

This concurrent seminar will start at 2:05 pm on Monday, April 15. The 2013 Car Rental Show takes place April 15-16, 2013 at the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas. To see the full schedule and to register for the event, go to www.carrentalshow.com.

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