Europcar Australia and Accor Asia Pacific Commit to Three-Year Partnership

Europcar Australia and Accor Asia Pacific, part of the worldwide hotel operator Accor, have extended their partnership by announcing a new three-year deal with more benefits for loyalty club members.

“The partnership enables us to offer great benefits to customers through our Privilege Program, while providing a compelling offering to Accor’s Le Club and Advantage Plus members who have shown their appreciation by regularly choosing to rent with Europcar,” said Ron Santiago, Europcar managing director. “We are looking forward to working closely with Accor for the next three years, continuing to support one another to achieve our business goals and partnering on innovative and integrated promotions and incentives.”

As part of the partnership, Europcar’s Privilege members are automatically eligible for elevated membership in Accor’s Le Club program, while Accor customers earn 250 Le Club Accor hotel points every time they rent with Europcar.

“Most importantly, we share the same company culture and goals: Accor and Europcar are both committed to customer service, environmental sustainability and providing an extensive range of quality products and services at a competitive price,” said Simon McGrath, Accor Pacific’s chief operating officer.

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