U-Save and Rent A Wreck Canada Announce New Franchises

Franchise Services of North America recently announced the signing of a U-Save master franchise agreement for the Country of Mexico, a new U-Save airport franchise in Colorado Springs and a new Rent A Wreck franchise in Gormley, Ontario.

The Gormley and Colorado Springs locations will open immediately, while Guadalajara and Puerto Vallarta, the first two operating locations under the Mexico agreement, are expected to begin operating under the U-Save brand later this spring.

Franchise sales activity continues to be a major focal point of the company’s effort to expand its points of distribution and to broaden awareness of the U-Save brand internationally and the Rent A Wreck brand in Canada.

The company currently has several other candidates under consideration to further expand both brands.

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