Alamo Rent A Car and Disney Renew Partnership

Alamo Rent A Car and Walt Disney Parks and Resorts have renewed a multi-year partnership, extending Alamo's designation as the official rental car company of the Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando and Disneyland Resort in California.

"This partnership remains a natural fit because of Alamo's and Disney's strong emphasis on providing a superior customer experience," said Ron Cerko, vice president of travel industry relations for Enterprise Holdings, which operates the Alamo brand through its regional subsidiaries. "We are proud to offer families and individuals traveling to Disney resorts the speed and convenience of our airport kiosks combined with exclusive Alamo promotions to help provide for an exceptional vacation experience."

Through the partnership, Disney guests can use Alamo's easy-to-use, self-service kiosks. Alamo has more than 163 kiosks at 67 U.S. airports, as well as on-site branches at the Disney Car Care Center at Walt Disney World Resort and at Disneyland Resort.

"Through our ongoing alliance agreement, Alamo has helped our guests make countless memories," said George Aguel, senior vice president, alliances and operating participants, Walt Disney Parks and Resorts. "We share a commitment to the highest quality guest service and to making all aspects of the vacation experience as seamless as possible. We look forward to working together to continue to exceed our guests' expectations."

Alamo is the only car rental company with a rental branch office on-site at Walt Disney World Resort at the Disney Car Care Center, and on-site at Disneyland Resort at Downtown Disney.

Alamo will continue to promote the alliance using television and online advertising, at its rental facilities and on its Web site. A link on Alamo's website will offer online ticket sales as well.

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