Hertz Partners with Beverly Hills Rent A Car

The Hertz Corporation and Beverly Hills Rent A Car, a provider of luxury and exotic vehicles in Southern California and Las Vegas, have partnered to provide Hertz customers with Beverly Hills Rent A Car exotic car rentals.

Through this partnership, Hertz customers now have an additional option to fulfill their luxury and exotic car rental needs. Services provided by Beverly Hills Rent A Car include VIP pick up service at baggage claim, complimentary pick up service to/from each of its six Southern California and Las Vegas locations, and delivery to hotel, home or business. 

Beverly Hills Rent A Car's selection of luxury and exotic vehicles includes such exotic cars as the Ferrari 458 Italia, Porsche Panamera, Mercedes SLS, Rolls Royce Ghost, as well as classic cars that are highly sought after by the Hollywood studios.

"Partnering with Beverly Hills Rent A Car was a natural decision for Hertz," commented Hertz Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Mark P. Frissora. "High net worth individuals grew worldwide by more than 17 percent in 2009 and there's growing interest in luxury travel. We're confident our ability to offer customers exotic and luxurious car rentals in conjunction with Beverly Hills Rent A Car will be appreciated by high-end travelers who are seeking unique rental options while traveling."

"Beverly Hills Rent A Car prides itself on providing its customers the best products and services in the exotic car rental market and we're confident that working with Hertz will enhance our customers' experience," says John Vincent, director of sales and marketing for Beverly Hills Rent A Car. "Together we are the perfect complement to one another; providing customers with a full suite of vehicles to fill their rental needs."

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