Advantage Rent A Car Offers Discounts and Waives Fees at Surfing Competition

Advantage Rent A Car announced it has been chosen as the official rental car company for the 26th Annual Vans Triple Crown of Surfing November 12 through December 20, 2008, on the North Shore of Oahu, Hawaii.

Advantage has established a preferred rate for event goers and has waived fees for young renters. By renting from Advantage, customers in Hawaii will save up to 50 percent off competitor rental car rates for the same new car. Advantage is waiving its young driver fee for operators under 25 years old ($25 value per day) and the additional driver fee ($10 value per day).

The Vans Triple Crown of Surfing, in its 26th season, is the world’s premier and longest running pro surfing series of three highly-rated professional surfing tournaments for more than 260 of the world’s top-ranked men and women surfers. The series offers $815,000 in prize money.

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