Action Car Rental Expands to Philadelphia

Action Car Rental, a New York-based independent car rental provider, announced its expansion into Pennsylvania with a new location inside the lobby of the Philadelphia Four Points by Sheraton hotel. The company's eighth location, this new rental facility is located minutes from downtown Philadelphia and the Philadelphia International Airport.

“We're very excited to be entering the Philadelphia market,” says Luis Cintron, sales director at Action Car Rental. “The demand for affordable, independent car rental options is very pronounced in the City of Brotherly Love. ...”

When the Philadelphia location opens Sept. 1, it will be the company's second franchise outside the state of New York. Action unveiled a location at New Jersey’s Newark Liberty International Airport in 2011.

“Our new Philadelphia location will continue to uphold the same standards that our New York City customers have come to expect from Action,” says Cintron. “From our online reservation system to our friendly frontline staff, you can always expect the best when renting with Action.”

Action Car Rental offers mid-sized and full-sized car rentals (cargo, mini and passenger vans) as well as exotic rental options. Customers can pre-book their rentals for the Philadelphia location now at www.actioncarrental.com.

Comments

  1. Jon [ August 28, 2013 @ 08:40PM ]

    This sounds great for my upcoming trip. I'm going to check them out

  2. Marcina [ August 30, 2013 @ 12:31PM ]

    Para imprimir

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