Announcing the Car Rental Show Keynote Speaker

The Car Rental Show and The Association for Car and Truck Rental Independents and Franchisees (ACTIF) are pleased to announce that Neil Abrams, Abrams Consulting Group, will be presenting the keynote address at the 2004 Car Rental Show. Abrams will be presenting:



Abrams, formerly of the Hertz Corporation, established NEIL ABRAMS ASSOCIATES, INC. (now known as Abrams Consulting Group, Inc.), a management consulting organization, in 1982 in response to the changing landscape and competitive climate of the U.S. auto rental industry that was taking shape in the early '80's. Since that time, he has managed his company, its subsidiaries and ventures under the motto: "Preserving the entrepreneurial spirit of the auto rental, travel service, transportation, and fleet industries worldwide since 1982."

Abrams has been a member of ACTIF for four years, has spoken at other ACTIF educational events and is currently chairing the Long Term Planning Committee.

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