Allegiant and Enterprise Form Three-Year Rental Car Agreement

Allegiant announced Tuesday that it entered into a three-year agreement with Alamo Rent A Car, a subsidiary of Enterprise Holdings. Under the agreement, Alamo will be the exclusive rental car provider for Allegiant through 2013.

Alamo has been Allegiant's rental car provider since 2005, a partnership that has been successful since its inception.

"We're extremely pleased to grow our longstanding relationship with Alamo," Andrew C. Levy, Allegiant president, said. "Alamo has been a reliable partner, one that has offered our customers the best prices and selection when booking an air and rental car package. We look forward to continuing our partnership and providing our customers with the best deals in car rental service."

"When two leading companies in the travel industry come together with a shared commitment to providing the highest level of service, customers always benefit," said Ron Cerko, vice president of travel industry relations for Enterprise Holdings. "We are proud to continue and strengthen our partnership with Allegiant in the years to come."

Allegiant said it opted to continue its exclusive partnership with Alamo due to its growth and availability of rental car supply in Allegiant's markets. Customers will have extensive inventory to book from, not only through Alamo Rent A Car's fleet, but also through Enterprise Holdings' other rental brands - National and Enterprise. With the company's free sell option, Allegiant has no cap on the amount of rental cars it can sell. Allegiant will offer Alamo rental car service through its website or at (702) 505-8888.


  1. Sheila Markstrom [ October 27, 2010 @ 02:36PM ]

    Allegiant renewed with Alamo/Nat/Enterprise through 2013. FYI

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