National Travel Deals Partners with Golf Sportscaster

National Travel Deals (NTD), a U.S.-based online car rental service provider, has announced a new partnership with golf sportscaster Jeff Lesson, making it the official travel provider of Lesson’s radio show “Lesson On Golf.”

Under the new agreement, NTD will be offering 5% discounts on rental cars to Lesson On Golf listeners, says the company. Additionally, $1 from every booking will benefit NTD’s charitable donation program RentalCars4Kids.

“We're excited about this partnership for a number of reasons,” said Jeff Stanislow, a partner of National Travel Deals. “Lesson On Golf has a great number of followers, and if they're golfers, then they probably find themselves in need of a rental car when vacationing or traveling to new courses. If we can give back to the community while helping people save, it's a win-win all around.”

NTD provides car rentals in the U.S., Europe, Australia and Latin America. For more information, visit www.NationalTravelDeals.com.

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