Advantage Rent A Car Launches Hurricane Ike Houston Relief Programs

In response to the damage caused by Hurricane Ike, Advantage Rent A Car has launched two hurricane relief car rental programs featuring special low rates aimed at helping area residents, travelers and relief workers travel in and out of the Houston metropolitan area.

The company is offering the same rate on any vehicle, regardless of size, and discounts on weekly rates.

Two car rental programs are available through October 31, 2008. Advantage is offering a “Take Your Pick” program that allows customers to pick the rental car they need, ranging from economy cars through full size and minivans for $15 per day on weekends and $25 per day on weekdays.

Another Advantage car rental program being offered is savings on one-way rentals originating from George Bush International Airport to any Advantage location. Rentals for economy cars through full size and minivans are $30 daily/$150 weekly for all Texas destinations, and $60 daily/$240 weekly for all designated cities outside of Texas.

Advantage has moved cars into Houston for the expected demand.

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