Enterprise Rent-A-Car to Expand Hawaii Airport Service in June

Enterprise Rent-A-Car announced March 24 that it has successfully bid on and received airport car rental concession rights on the islands of Hawaii and Kauai. Enterprise, which operates at the Honolulu and Maui airports, will expand its service to Hilo and Kona, and Lihue, Kauai, on June 1.

“We are looking forward to providing Enterprise’s service not only to vacationers, but also to our neighbors, which will include special Kama`aina pricing and corporate programs,” said Paul Kopel, vice president and general manager. “In addition, we intend to hire locally to staff our growing operations in Kona and Lihue. This is a great opportunity to work with residents and become an integral part of the island communities we serve.”

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