Payless Corporate Affiliate Opens Las Vegas Stores

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- Orlin Inc., the Payless Car Rental affiliate that operates corporate-owned locations, has opened three stores in Las Vegas, Nev.

The corporate stores are located at McCarran International Airport, the Riviera Hotel and Casino, and Nellis Air Force Base. In addition, Orlin has relocated its Tampa, Fla., operation.

The Tampa operation serves Tampa International Airport with a fleet of more than 400 vehicles and 700 spaces. The store recently moved to Westshore Boulevard and Boy Scout Boulevard, doubling capacity.

"The expanded Tampa location and recently acquired Las Vegas market are key to our corporate store growth strategy by increasing our presence in major leisure markets," said Rick Stevens, president of Orlin. "Both are strong leisure, business and government travel markets."

Orlin also operates corporate-owned stores in Orlando and Atlanta. Orlin uses these operations for franchisee training, testing of rental management systems and showcasing of products and services, the company said.

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