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Enterprise Fleet Services Welcomes His Royal Highness The Duke of York

October 23, 2003

Enterprise Fleet Services, a division of Enterprise Rent-A-Car, helped welcome His Royal Highness the Duke of York (Prince Andrew) to Enterprise’s world headquarters in St. Louis Oct. 23. His Royal Highness is in the United States to encourage U.S. based businesses to pursue growth in the U.K. as his country’s special representative for International Trade and Investment. During the visit, Andrew C. Taylor, chairman and CEO of Enterprise, announced the company’s plan to expand its United Kingdom operations into Northern Ireland. With the expansion, Enterprise will have rental car operations in every country of the U.K. by year’s end.Enterprise Fleet Services, a full-service fleet management company for businesses with between 15-125 company vehicles, also plans to open in the U.K. within five years. About Enterp[rise Rent-A-CarFounded in 1957, Enterprise Rent-A-Car has more than 5,000 offices in the United States and bills itself as the largest rental car company in North America.In addition to its U.S. and U.K. presence, Enterprise Rent-A-Car has operations in Canada, the Republic of Ireland, and Germany.About Enterprise Fleet ServicesEnterprise Fleet Services has 46 offices nationwide. It supplies virtually all makes of cars, light and medium duty trucks and service vehicles to businesses across the United States.Enterprise has been recognized with the Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) “Blue Seal of Excellence” award for seven consecutive years, an industry record.For more information, visit or call toll free (877) 23-FLEET.
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