The Tennant Group Announces May Round Table in South Carolina

The Tennant Group round-table meeting will take place in Charleston, S.C. Photo via Wikimedia.
The Tennant Group round-table meeting will take place in Charleston, S.C. Photo via Wikimedia.

The Tennant Group has announced that its spring 2015 round-table meeting will take place May 3-5 at the Charleston Place Hotel in Charleston, S.C.

The meeting begins with a welcoming reception at 6 p.m. on Sunday May 3, followed by a short meeting. Monday will feature meetings and a group dinner that evening. On Tuesday, there will be a breakfast and a meeting until noon.

The Tennant Group Round Table is a select number of car and truck rental operators that meet twice yearly to exchange information in an effort to improve their company's efficiency and profits. Members are owners or general managers of independent or franchised car businesses — no corporate employees are allowed, according to Jim Tennant, the chair of the Tennant Group Round Tables.

At previous round-table meetings, members have discussed topics such as fleet management, vehicle insurance and accident and damage recovery. The fall meeting agenda will include a discussion and comparison of members’ financials, a spotlight on two members’ operations and a discussion on profit ideas.

If you would like to attend as a guest or have any questions about the event, contact Jim Tennant at [email protected] or at 707-287-1311.

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