Hertz Launches Canadian Promotion for Skiers

PARK RIDGE, N.J. -- In Montreal, Ottawa and Quebec City, Canada, Hertz is offering customers a free one-day lift ticket for the Tremblant ski resort when they rent a car now through April 18.

To receive the lift ticket, customers must rent a vehicle from any participating Hertz location in the region. The lift ticket offer may be redeemed during the rental period, or customers may save the ticket for a later date and redeem it for a two-for-one offer. They can receive one free lift ticket with the purchase of a second lift ticket.

"Hertz is pleased to partner with Tremblant, the number one resort destination in Eastern North America," said Geno Diraddo, director of sales and marketing for Hertz in Canada. "As the school holidays approach and families prepare for their ski vacations, our free lift ticket offer underscores Hertz's commitment to providing customers everything they may need for an enjoyable vacation experience."

Hertz's free Tremblant lift ticket is valid for use through April 18. Renters will receive one free lift ticket per qualifying rental while supplies last.

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