ACTIF Presents Seminar Cruise to Bahamas

As part of an ongoing effort to provide educational opportunities for its members, the Association for Car and Truck Rental Independents and Franchisees (ACTIF), is presenting its 2003 educational seminar aboard a cruise ship to the Bahamas, Feb. 5-8, 2004.

The three-day cruise will depart from Port Canaveral, Fla., and spend an entire day docked at Nassau, Bahamas. Educational sessions will be offered each morning of the cruise and break in time for attendees to enjoy cruise and island activities with family, friends and rental industry peers.

The premier cruise seminar was officially announced at the 2003 Car Rental Show, Oct. 1-3, 2003. As a part of the announcement, the following ACTIF members sponsored a drawing for a grand prize of one trip for two aboard the Carnival cruise ship Fantasy, plus seminar registration fees: ·Bluebird Auto Rental Systems ·Capital Auto Rental Services ·Econo-Car Systems ·Empire Insurance Co. ·Fleet Financial Corp. ·GMI/ARIA Insurance Services ·Khoury Consulting, Inc. ·Total Fleet Solutions, Inc.

Registration information for the cruise seminar is available by contacting ACTIF Headquarters at (888) 200-2795 or [email protected] Space is limited; registrations are accepted on a first come, first served basis.

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