Advantage Rent A Car Opens Las Vegas, Dallas Locations

Advantage Rent A Car celebrated their on-airport presence April 16 as the Las Vegas McCarran International Airport opened the nation's newest consolidated car rental facility.

The consolidated facility is located on 80 acres just off the Las Vegas strip, about three miles from McCarren International Airport. The customer service building offers 110,000 square feet of modern, environmentally-friendly retail space and a nearly 2 million square foot parking garage.

Serving the McCarran International Airport since 2006, Advantage is one of 11 car rental vendors with customer service space and cars located on the property of the new facility. A shared shuttle service comprised of 47 buses will provide transportation for all car rental customers from the airport terminal to the car rental facility.

Advantage Rent A Car also recently announced the opening of its location in Dallas at the American Airlines Center.

In addition to a new fleet of versatile vehicles, Advantage will also offer customers a pickup and delivery service from the American Airlines Center in a custom-wrapped van, designed to showcase their Texas presence and new brand identity.

For more information, visit the Advantage Web site.

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