Bachelorette Parties Spike SUV Rentals at Dallas Rental Company

While most car rental companies are hurting, DFW Elite Auto Rental.com has seen in uptick in bookings for luxury SUV rentals for Dallas bachelorette parties and bachelor parties in the last 45 days.

"Based upon current bachelor and bachelorette party car rental reservations, we are on pace to exceed the business that we did last year," said Tom Warren, general manager for the Dallas-based luxury car rental company.

"Adding more pictures of DFW bachelorette party SUV rentals has helped visitors to our website get a better idea of the exact cars we have," said Warren. He explained that the site uses no stock photography and all photos are of cars and SUVs the rental company owns and maintains.

He also credits efforts by DFW Elite Auto Rental.com Webmaster and Fort Worth, Texas Web developer Josh Davis to optimize the content of the site for keywords used by search engine users to find luxury car rentals in Dallas-Fort Worth.

"I also believe some of the added SUV event rentals are due to bachelors and bachelorettes looking for a lower cost alternative to renting a limo in Dallas," said Warren.

The black Hummer H2 has been the most popular SUV rental for bachelor and bachelorette parties for the previous two years. The second most popular Dallas bachelor party SUV rental is the Mercedes G-Wagon. Red with a black interior, the $72,000 G-Wagon is perfect bend of comfort, luxury, and power.

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