Avis Will Have You Saying 'Grazie' for a Free Upgrade in Italy

Avis Rent A Car System LLC has announced an Internet-only, free upgrade promotion for U.S. and Canadian residents traveling to Italy. Customers who reserve an economy vehicle will receive a free upgrade to a compact vehicle.

Reservations must be made on www.avis.com and customers must reference Avis coupon number UEIA016 at the time of reservation. Offer is valid at participating locations and rentals must begin by March 15, 2007. Upgrades are subject to availability and handled at pickup. For full terms and conditions of this promotion, visit www.avis.com/europe.

About Avis
Avis is one of the world's leading rental car brands with approximately 5,000 locations in more than 160 countries.

Avis is operated in the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Latin America and the Caribbean by Avis Budget Group Inc. and its subsidiaries (www.avis.com), with more than 2,000 locations. Avis is operated in Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Asia by Avis Europe plc (www.avis-europe.com) and its subsidiaries under an exclusive license of Avis Budget Group Inc.

The two companies share technology and marketing initiatives and collaborate to provide a seamless Avis rental experience to consumers and businesses around the world, backed by the renowned Avis "We Try Harder" customer service.

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