GM Names Enterprise 'Preferred Provider'

DETROIT -- General Motors Corp. announced that Enterprise Rent-A-Car has been selected as the preferred provider for courtesy transportation for all Buick, Chevrolet, Oldsmobile and Pontiac/GMC dealers.

Enterprise will provide GM dealers GM vehicles as service loaners while overnight warranty repairs are completed on customer vehicles. Enterprise will provide GM customers immediate pickup or delivery of a comparable loaner vehicle.

"GM and our dealers are always looking for ways to further improve upon the ownership experience of our customers, which is why we chose Enterprise Rent-A-Car," said John Smith, General Motors group vice president for vehicle sales, service and marketing. "We know customers have busy lives and we're confident this extended relationship with Enterprise will enhance the customer service experience at GM dealerships."

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