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Ace rent a car

Ace rent a car

Ace rent a car

Ace rent a car is the world's largest car rental company, headquartered in Rochester, NY. They have a partnership with the U.S. government and allow travelers to rent cars from the United States and Canada.Ace Rental Cars is an established deep-value car rental company with a history spanning back 30 years. Founded in 1987 in Auckland, New Zealand as Ace Tourist Rentals (NZ) Ltd. by John Chatterley and Warrick Purdie, Ace identified the consumer need for an alternative to the high-priced multi-national car rental brands to serve the budget-focused domestic and inbound travel market. The initial fleet comprised of just two second-hand Toyotas.

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Ace Rental Cars now operate seventeen branches across fifteen cities throughout Australia and New Zealand. In addition to the core fleet of older vehicles, the company also provide a Premium fleet, featuring brand new vehicles with creature comforts such as Bluetooth and Cruise Control at an attractive price, as Ace sticks to its mission of providing the best value in car rental in Australia and New Zealand

New Zealand offers a lot to explore. With our customized one-way service, traveling from point A to point B is cheap. Car rental throughout New Zealand is available at budget-friendly prices because we have a network of branches across the country. Pick up your car in Auckland and drop it off in Queenstown. Or pick up in Picton and drop off in Christchurch. With branches at Auckland International Airport as well as all major tourist destinations throughout New Zealand, car hire is as convenient as it is affordable. (Source:www.acerentalcars.co.nz)

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Osterand retired in 1978, leaving Sorensen the sole owner, and by 1986, his operations had grown to several locations throughout Indiana and the Chicago area. It was in that year, after several years of experimentation and dissatisfaction with the system, that Sorensen finally broke off from AI and launched the ACE Rent A Car brand. In doing so, ACE, under Sorensen's leadership, became an early adopter of the emerging Global Distribution Systems (GDS), such as Sabre, PARS, and Apollo. This level of brand exposure helped lay the foundation for the launch of ACE's licensee network that same year.

Following Sorensen's death in 1995, his nephew Richard Radzis and long-time employee, Charlie Mullen, took over as primary owners. Over the next 19 years, Radzis and Mullen expanded the footprint of their 3,000 vehicle business into Arizona, Minnesota and Texas, before selling their rental operations to Avis Budget Group in 2014, while still retaining ownership of the ACE Rent A Car brand, licensee system and proprietary software. (Source: en.wikipedia.org)

 

 

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