Enterprise Responds to TTC Strike

Enterprise Rent-A-Car recently announced that it will help alleviate the burden of the potential Toronto transit strike by offering to match or beat any competitor's rates for the full duration of the work stoppage. Enterprise has more than 50 locations serving the Greater Toronto Area (GTA).

"People have to get to work or school, and our reputation of providing superior customer service includes responding quickly to consumer demand, especially in unique situations," said Steven Tudela, general manager, Enterprise Rent-A-Car Toronto. "Like all affected GTA residents, we hope a strike can be averted, but we are here to help if that is not possible."

Enterprise will provide these rates on both daily and weekly rentals for the duration of the transit strike.

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