IMpres Rent A Car Expands in New York with New Location

IMpres Rent A Car, a locally owned company New York that already serves customers in Brooklyn and Spring Valley, N.Y., opened for business in Middletown, N.Y. on Jan. 23. The new IMpres is located at 28-32 State Route 78.

"We are eager for Orange County to see why we stand out from the chain brand rental car companies," said Jacob Slomiuc, owner of IMpres. "Our commitment to personal, one-on-one customer care combines with our low rates and our diverse fleet of new, high-quality vehicles to deliver unmatched value in the car rental market."

Other advantages touted by IMpres include free local pick-up and drop-off, weekly business rates, charge plans, weekend rates and easy coordination with most insurance coverage.

The upcoming grand opening will feature a variety of refreshments, coupons from IMpres and other neighboring businesses and a drawing for a “Getaway Excursion” package. Those entering the drawing can double their chances of winning by bringing a coat to donate to One Warm Coat.

The grand opening and coat drive will be held on Feb. 12 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Attendees will also receive information on local charitable partnerships and drives. All well-wishers, interested patrons and local businesses are encouraged to attend.

For more information on IMpres Rent A Car, please call 845-421-8230.

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  1. July [ February 13, 2012 @ 09:50AM ]

    This car rental company is great! I rented a car from them, and I was very happy with prices, services and friendliness! I would advise everyone to go there!

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