U-Save's Dallas Franchisee Expands into Airport Market

JACKSON, Miss. -– U-Save Auto Rental franchisee James Hwang, who has local-market operations in the Dallas area, recently acquired the company's airport-market franchise for Dallas/Love Field.

"We are thrilled to welcome James' expansion into the airport," said Charles Pratt, vice president of franchise sales for U-Save Auto Rental of America.

"The new direction the company is expanding into has great promise, and I look forward to the revenue growth and overall growth in the value of my business, brought by expanding into the airport market," Hwang said.

For the past 25 years, U-Save has primarily served the local market. In 2004, however, the company adopted an expansion plan calling for airport locations in the top 30 U.S. markets. U-Save now serves 15 airport markets in nine different states.

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