Go Rentals has opened 10 new rental car locations with its partner TAC Air. The locations were determined by considering where car renters frequently travel.  -  Photo courtesy of Go Rentals

Go Rentals has opened 10 new rental car locations with its partner TAC Air. The locations were determined by considering where car renters frequently travel.

Photo courtesy of Go Rentals

Go Rentals, a car rental company specializing in the private aviation industry and servicing fine hotels and resorts, has opened 10 new locations with its partner TAC Air, and is poised for growth.

The new locations include Denver (APA), Windsor Locks, Conn. (BDL), Dallas (DAL), Lexington, Ky. (LEX), Omaha, Neb. (OMA), Provo, Utah (PVU), Raleigh/Durham, N.C. (RDU), Scottsdale, Ariz. (SDL), Salt Lake City (SLC), and Knoxville, Tenn. (TYS).

To select the new locations, TAC Air and Go Rentals considered where existing Go Rentals guests frequently travel, according to the company.

“Go Rentals stands out from its competitors because of its unrivaled commitment to going above and beyond for its guests,” said Joe Gibney, chief operating officer at TAC Air. “We are pleased to partner with Go Rentals to offer our guests a personalized rental car experience in which we, ourselves, trust.”

Go Rentals plans to open 16 new locations in Q2 of this year.  -  Photo courtesy of Go Rentals

Go Rentals plans to open 16 new locations in Q2 of this year.

Photo courtesy of Go Rentals

“We are honored by this opportunity to serve existing Go Rentals guests in additional locations and to reach new guests in the 10 new markets,” said Kaye Gitibin, CEO of Go Rentals. “We look forward to building our partnership with TAC Air, so our guests experience exceptional service and hospitality throughout their travels.”

By focusing on both organic growth and expanding to new markets in 2022, Go Rentals aims to multiply its market share, according to the company. This year, it will focus on prospective Midwest and Southeast locations as part of its expansion plan. Go Rentals hopes to provide its luxury service to guests who fly to ski resorts, horse destinations, and mountain getaway spots. In first quarter of 2022, the company plans to open 16 new locations.

“I have never been more confident in Go Rentals’ aptitude for exponential growth than I am today,” said Gitibin. “This year will be profoundly exciting for our company, our current guests, and our future guests. We are looking forward to serving more guests in both new and existing locations with our signature touch – a tailored and personalized Go Rentals experience.”

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