Fox Opens in San Antonio

Fox Rent A Car continues the expansion of its U.S. business with the opening of the new San Antonio, Texas location today. This latest addition brings the number of Fox corporate locations in the U.S. to 20 and six affiliate locations. 

Ray Accurso (right) and his team at Fox San Antonio anticipate the location's first day of business. Photo courtesy of Fox.
Ray Accurso (right) and his team at Fox San Antonio anticipate the location's first day of business. Photo courtesy of Fox.

The San Antonio location is the second Fox corporate location in Texas to serve the budget-conscious Texas leisure, tourist, and business traveler, following the addition of Fox's Austin location in 2015.

This new rental location will be located in the car rental center located on airport at the San Antonio International Airport and will operate seven days a week.

Fox plans grand opening specials for San Antonio rental customers.

With the addition of the new Fox Rent A Car location in San Antonio, Fox also continues to expand its' role as a growing U.S. employer and local community supporter through the addition of new local jobs in Texas. Fox is planning expansion in other Texas markets, the company reports.  

"We are pleased to further expand the Fox Rent A Car, Inc. brand in the Lone Star state of Texas," said Sean Busking, COO of Fox Rent A Car. "The addition of the San Antonio location will provide access to countless more leisure, tourist, and business travelers in the Midwest to our deep-value discounts and convenient rental options.”

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