Fox Rent-A-Car to Open 14th Airport Location

Continuing its brand expansion eastward, Los Angeles-based Fox Rent-A-Car announces the opening of its 14th airport rental location at Orlando. In November, Fox began accepting reservations for its grand opening on January 17, 2012. Fox continues to be dedicated to investing in organic growth, with recent airport market openings in Burbank, Calif., Ontario and Denver.

Orlando's grand opening marks the company's first foray on the East Coast, a critical hub in the leisure travel market. 
 
"We are excited to bring the Fox brand to one of the most popular leisure travel destinations in America. Orlando represents a significant step in Fox's evolution as a national rental brand, and we expect our new customers will gravitate to the value and customer service Fox delivers in every market we serve," said Joe Knight, VP Business Development of Fox Rent-A-Car.
 
As a value brand in the car rental market, Fox offers customers a variety of programs and services that deliver savings and convenience. The Young Driver Program, launched in Summer 2011, allows 20-year-old drivers to rent from any of the company’s airport locations. The Choice Program lets customers choose their own vehicle upon arrival at most Fox locations across the country. The Fox Rewards Program provides customers a way to earn rewards points that may be redeemed for various products or services.  

Fox Rent A Car currently serves 13 corporate owned airport locations: Phoenix (PHX), Salt Lake City (SLC), Los Angeles (LAX), Ontario (ONT), Burbank (BUR), Oakland (OAK), San Jose (SJC), Orange County (SNA), Las Vegas (LAS), San Diego (SAN), Seattle (SEA), San Francisco (SFO) and Denver (DEN).

Comments

  1. John Doe [ February 22, 2012 @ 04:07PM ]

    Company needs to slow down and realize who and what they have in there key departments, they have some really dumb people...trust me... Corrupted

  2. ... [ February 22, 2012 @ 04:15PM ]

    I agree John Doe!

  3. Kim [ March 6, 2012 @ 02:24PM ]

    Fox Rent A Car serviced by Sunshine Rent A Car

    What's the big deal if they were already in Florida and the east coast? I'm sure there's a lot a majority have know clue.

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