Avis, Leisure Travel Group Enter Agreement

PARSIPPANY, N.J. -- Avis Rent A Car System and Leisure Travel Group (LTG) have entered into a preferred supplier agreement for Avis to provide car rental services at negotiated rates to LTG's more than 154 member travel agencies and their clients.

"Avis is extremely pleased to be associated with a partner as innovative and creative as the Leisure Travel Group," said Gerard Quirk, vice president of global travel industry relations for Avis. "We expect that the Avis brand and our award-winning service will be vigorously promoted to consumers in ways that are beneficial to both organizations and our clients."

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