U-Save Announces Sale of Eight New Franchises

JACKSON, Miss. – U-Save Auto Rental announced the sale of eight new franchises that consist of airport and neighborhood rental locations. The eight trade areas sold are: Greenville, S.C., Airport; Pasco, Wash.; El Centro, Calif.; Dickenson, N.D.; Asheville, N.C.; Logan International Airport; Bay City, Texas; and Dover, Ohio.

“We are aggressively seeking candidates for the system that fit our model of quality products and services at a competitive price,” said Bob Barton, executive vice president of U-Save. “These sales affirm our ability to find operators that meet the standards we have set.”

Having primarily serviced the local market for the past 25 years, U-Save’s current expansion plans call for the opening of airport locations in the top 30 markets across the country. The company currently services 24 airport markets in 12 states.

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