ACRA representatives will update attendees on federal and state legislation, new CARES Act provisions, airport negotiations, and COVID-19 concerns. ACRA will then field live questions in a town hall-style Q&A. -

ACRA representatives will update attendees on federal and state legislation, new CARES Act provisions, airport negotiations, and COVID-19 concerns. ACRA will then field live questions in a town hall-style Q&A.

The American Car Rental Association (ACRA) will deliver a legislative update and convene an interactive town hall during the 2020 ICRS Experience, a virtual event taking place Oct. 19 to 23. 

ACRA representatives will update attendees on federal and state legislation, new CARES Act provisions, airport negotiations, and COVID-19 concerns. ACRA will then field live questions in a town hall-style Q&A.

The session will be delivered by Gordon Reel, ACRA secretary and assistant vice president of Government and Public Affairs for Enterprise Holdings; Sharky Laguana, newly elected president of ACRA and CEO of Bandago Van Rental; and Gregory Scott, ACRA’s lobbyist and public affairs representative.

“In perhaps the most disruptive year in the history of business, let alone car rental, ACRA has been busier than ever,” said Chris Brown, conference chair and executive editor of Auto Rental News. “This is the industry’s chance to connect with their association and download critical information. There will be plenty to talk about that directly affects every car rental operation in America.”

The ACRA legislative update and town hall will convene on Oct. 19 at 2pm EST. Free for car rental operators, ICRS Experience is a virtual conference dedicated to industry advocacy, sharing best practices, and connecting the car rental industry with business solutions for a path forward.

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