Auto Rental Association of South Florida Holds Dinner Meeting

The Auto Rental Association of South Florida recently held its summer dinner meeting at Dolphin Stadium in Miami followed by the Florida Marlins playing the Atlanta Braves.

The participating vendors were:

• Rent A Toll: Jim Glasheen & Bernard Drewery
• Violation Management Services: Dennis Round
• Williams & Stazzone Insurance Agency: Michael Stazzone
• Rent GPS: Bernardo Gelman & Laurent Meyer
• Sunshine State Tag Agency: Justin Ford
• Bluebird Auto Rental Systems/Orion Systems: Gordon Rozek

The Auto Rental Association of South Florida has been representing the needs of the south Florida car rental operators since 1971. The association is dedicated to preventing any negative car rental legislation on a local, state and federal level. The association also strives to inform its car rental members of products and services available to assist in their work as car rental operators serving the South Florida rental market.

For additional information about the association, contact Jim Anderson at (561) 994-9267 or [email protected]

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