Hertz Voted Best Car Rental by Frequent Business Traveler

Hertz has been named the best car rental chain in the world by Frequent Business Traveler, an online publication for frequent business travelers.

The Frequent Business Traveler GlobeRunner Awards recognize the world's best airlines, hotel chains, automobile manufacturers, car rental agencies, luggage manufacturers and travel websites. Voting was conducted online from Jan. 9 through March 15, with over 110,000 votes from readers.

"Every day, our readers crisscross the globe, patronizing the world’s leading hotels, airlines and travel-related services,” said Jonathan Spira, editorial director of Frequent Business Traveler.  “The GlobeRunner Awards are their awards. Their knowledge and desire for the best are reflected in the list of winners we are recognizing.”

Other winners included the Hilton hotel chain as favorite in the Americas, Asia/Pacific and Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA); American Airlines as best airline in the Americas; Samsonite as the best luggage maker; BMW as the best car manufacturer in the world and Expedia as the best website for booking travel.

The awards were presented at the Penn Club in New York City. For a list of all the winners, visit http://www.frequentbusinesstraveler.com/2013/07/globerunner-2013/

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