Advantage Adds International Affiliates

SAN ANTONIO, Texas -- Advantage Rent-A-Car has expanded its global affiliations by adding locations in Italy and Slovenia, and extending new service into Jordan and Lebanon.

Advantage now has a presence in 23 countries in Europe, Mexico, South America, North America and the Caribbean. Advantage co-brands with locally operated companies outside the U.S., offering their customers access to in-terminal and near-airport locations.

"Establishing Advantage Rent-A-Car as a brand recognized worldwide is being achieved through the addition of reservation affiliates beyond North America's borders," said Amy Musselwhite, Advantage's affiliate program coordinator. "Additionally, we are creating relationships with credible providers in these countries for our valued customers."

Omaish Rent A Car, the local co-branding affiliate, services Amman, the capital city of Jordan. Lebanon's reservation affiliate, Prince Rent A Car, has locations in Beirut.

The new location in Maribor, Slovenia, is serviced locally by Kompas Rent A Car. Additionally, service has expanded to six new locations in Italy by co-branding partner Locauto Tirreno Spa. These locations are Reggio Calabria, Messina, Rimini, (airport and local), Catanzaro and Bari.

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