Enterprise Promotes COO to President

ST. LOUIS -- Enterprise Rent-A-Car Co. has promoted Donald Ross, the company's chief operating officer and senior executive vice president, to president. Andrew C. Taylor, who has served as the company's president since 1980 and CEO since 1991, will continue his role as CEO.

Ross began his career with Enterprise more than 37 years ago, when he joined the company seven years after its founding. His first position at Enterprise was as a management trainee, where he served customers at the front counter and learned the business from the ground up.

Enterprise also announced that Jack C. Taylor, the company founder and chairman of the board of directors, has been named chairman emeritus.

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