The Tennant Group Announces October Meeting in Atlanta

The Tennant Group announced that its next Roundtable meeting will be held Oct. 21-23 at the Ritz-Carlton Buckhead Hotel in Atlanta.

The Tennant Group Roundtable consists of a select number of car and truck rental operators that submit financial results and receive comparative statements monthly and meet twice yearly to exchange information in an effort to improve their company's efficiency and profits.

Each Roundtable group is comprised of members from different non-competing geographic areas, both domestic and international. At previous Roundtable meetings, members have discussed topics including, fleet management, vehicle insurance, current legislative issues, and accident and damage recovery.

The Tennant Group has obtained a room rate of $179 per night. For reservations, call (800) 241-3333. Use the group name: The Tennant Group, and group code: GROGROA.

Members will be responsible for their travel costs to the meetings. The actual meeting and group meal expenses will be divided equally among all attendees and companies.

The Tennant Group requires a one-time installation fee of $350 and an ongoing membership fee of $200 per month, billed quarterly in advance.

For more information, contact Jim Tennant at (707) 603-6902 or [email protected].

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