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Fox Rent A Car to Offer Discounted Hybrids in Corporate Account Program

October 6, 2006

Fox Rent A Car announced it is discounting its wide selection of hybrid vehicles to business customers through its new corporate account program. All customers who sign up for the free corporate program through Fox Rent A Car’s Web site will receive 5 percent off on all cars, including Ford, Toyota, and Honda hybrid models. Fox manages the largest hybrid fleet in the country through car-rental locations at seven major airports in California and Arizona, the company says. Enrollment in the corporate account program can be completed online. Customers will receive a corporate account discount number that will enable them to reserve discounted hybrid cars and other fuel-efficient vehicles at all of Fox’s corporate locations. In addition to discounted hybrid cars and SUVs, participants in the corporate account program receive:

  • 5-percent discount on all vehicles
  • Unlimited mileage
  • Free FOX REWARDS Club enrollment
  • 24-hour emergency roadside assistance
  • No minimum financial commitment
  • Monthly management reports upon request
  • Free additional drivers Reservations can be booked online at www.foxrentacar.com.

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