Hertz Receives Women's Choice Award for Best Car Rental

The Hertz Corp. has been awarded the 2013 Women's Choice Award for America's Best in Car Rental Services.

According to Hertz, it was the most recommended among women in the following four categories: business travel, loyalty programs, best "green" options and overall customer service.

"It is an honor to be named one of the most recommended brands in America by women, whom are extremely influential in today's consumer market," said Mark P. Frissora, Hertz chairman and chief executive officer. "WomenCertified Inc. is the leading women's research company in America, and having their Women's Choice Award seal on the Hertz brand name is a testament to our continued focus on providing our customers the best travel experience with superior customer service."

The WomenCertified Consumer Audit begins with sending a survey to up to 100,000 female consumers and further validates the scoring through a joint survey partnership with travAlliancemedia, which then distributes the survey to its database of approximately 60,000 travel agents.

WomenCertified Inc. is the home of the Women's Choice Award and set the foundation for the research process to determine brands and businesses that qualify for the Women's Choice Award.

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