Enterprise Rent-A-Car Expands into Latin America
Courtesy of Enterprise
For travelers heading to Latin America, it was recently announced that the Enterprise Rent-A-Car brand has opened shop in Argentina, Paraguay and Curacao.
Tourists arriving for business or pleasure trips in Central and South America will find Enterprise car rentals available at airport locations in Buenos Aires and Mendoza, Argentina; Asuncion, Paraguay; and Willemstad, Curacao.
Enterprise also opened another location in the center city area of Asuncion in September, and officials have announced plans to add new rental facilities in three countries. In addition, the National Car Rental brand—owned by Enterprise Holdings—has opened locations throughout Argentina and Paraguay.
The car rental company’s growth in Latin America has been part of Enterprise’s global expansion and continued success in the travel industry. Enterprise recently announced it is working with the World Travel and Tourism Council as a category sponsor for the 2017 Tourism for Tomorrow Awards.
Enterprise Holdings’ expansion into Latin America began in 2007 when the company acquired the National and Alamo brands and their franchise markets in Latin America and the Caribbean. Since then, the company has also expanded throughout Latin America, Europe and China.
In total, the Enterprise, National and Alamo brands can be found in 85 countries across the world, including 29 locations in Latin America. For more information about the company’s continued expansion into Central and South America, check out the official website of Enterprise.
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