The Medellin branch is the latest of about 100 global branch openings since the onset of the...

The Medellin branch is the latest of about 100 global branch openings since the onset of the pandemic.

Photo courtesy of Enterprise Holdings.

Enterprise Holdings announced that it has opened a branch at Colombia’s Medellin International Airport, the second largest airport in the country. The branch serves customers of the company’s three brands: Enterprise Rent-A-Car, National Car Rental, and Alamo Rent A Car.

“Colombia is a premier market for Enterprise’s global growth as we continue to expand to meet the needs of business and leisure travelers alike, wherever they choose to go,” says Peter A. Smith, vice president of global franchising at Enterprise Holdings. “As International travel begins again, we are excited to serve our customers around the world and stand by our promise to provide them with a safe and convenient rental experience.”

The Medellin branch increases Enterprise’s presence in Colombia to 11 locations. It’s the latest in the company’s ongoing international expansion in Latin America and surrounding areas. Enterprise Rent-A-Car made its debut in Latin America in 2015, joining the National and Alamo brands.

Customers in Colombia can earn awards and free rental days through two loyalty programs: Enterprise Plus through the Enterprise Rent-A-Car brand and the Emerald Club through the National Car Rental brand. Enterprise Plus and Emerald Club both launched in Colombia in 2017.

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