Super Cheap Car Rental Offers Car Giveaway

This holiday season, Super Cheap Car Rental’s “Not so New” Car Giveaway is giving one lucky customer a vehicle from its car rental fleet. Launched on the company’s Facebook page, the “Not So New” contest ends on Dec. 31.

“Our customers are always telling us how well maintained our vehicles are,” says Danny Barker, CEO of Super Cheap Car Rental. “Which got us thinking — instead of retiring all of our vehicles at the end of this rental season, why not give one of our customers the opportunity to simply keep their rental … forever?”

A winner will be selected randomly from testimonials posted to the company’s Facebook page or shared with the company’s Twitter handle, says Super Cheap Car Rental, which has four California rental car locations.

“We’re looking for the most complete, creative, entertaining and enthusiastic responses,” says Barker. “Share your positive testimonial in a fun and creative way – the more original your entry, the more likely it will be to catch the eyes of our judges.”

To enter the contest, visit Super Cheap Car Rental’s Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/SuperCheapCarRental.

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