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Enterprise, National and Alamo customers logging more than 25 billion miles globally every year

Enterprise Holdings Inc. and its affiliate Enterprise Fleet Management Inc. grew total revenues by 8.1 percent to more than $20.9 billion, increased overall fleet size to almost 1.9 million vehicles, and expanded their network to include more than 9,600 fully staffed locations during fiscal year 2016 (ended July 31).

“We not only are seeing consistent and significant growth in U.S airport market share, but also across our business lines and in local neighborhoods,” said Pamela M. Nicholson, President and Chief Executive Officer at Enterprise Holdings Inc., which owns the Enterprise Rent-A-CarNational Car Rental and Alamo Rent-A-Car brands.

“Consider that our customers are logging more than 25 billion miles throughout the world every year. And many of those miles are driven locally in their very own communities, mostly in late-model, fuel-efficient vehicles,” Nicholson noted. “That means our business offers some of the most effective and sustainable options in the ground transportation sector today – and we will continue to do so, even as infrastructure and technology, including autonomous vehicles, evolve in the future.”

Today, the Enterprise, National and Alamo brands operate in more than 85 countries and territories, including North America, Central America, South America, the Caribbean and Europe, as well as parts of Asia, the Middle East and Africa. “We at Enterprise Holdings are proud of our leadership role in the car rental, travel and automotive industries,” Nicholson said. “Every single day, Enterprise, National and Alamo employees put customers first – regardless of whether the rental is across town or halfway around the world.”

That kind of corporate culture and award-winning customer-service is the key to Enterprise Holdings’ network of regional subsidiaries and franchise locations. During FY2016, Enterprise Holdings added franchise locations in Belize, Ecuador, Jamaica, Jordan, Honduras, Luxembourg, Mexico, New Zealand, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Tortola, Trinidad & Tobago, Turks & Caicos, the United Arab Emirates and Uruguay.



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