Enterprise Begins Moving Vanguard Employees to St. Louis

More than a year after it acquired Vanguard Car Rental, Enterprise Rent-A-Car will begin moving some Vanguard employees from Vanguard’s Tulsa, Okla., headquarters to Enterprise’s St. Louis headquarters, according to Tulsa World.

Eighty Vanguard employees will be transferred to St. Louis on Aug. 1, said Greg Stubblefield, president of Vanguard and its two rental car brands, National Car Rental and Alamo Rent A Car. Stubblefield, a Tulsa resident, will be accompanying operations employees to St. Louis.

The move will leave 400 employees of National and Alamo at the corporate offices at Cherokee Industrial Park in Tulsa. Many of the remaining Tulsa staff will focus on shared services.

Enterprise acquired Vanguard in April 2007, three years after Vanguard President and CEO William E. Lobeck moved the company to Tulsa from Florida according to Tulsa World.

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