As the company enters its 21st year of business in Ireland, Enterprise Rent-A-Car tells us that it has recently opened four new branches in towns and cities across Ireland as part of its continued investment in the country.
Pictured at Enterprise Rent-A-Car’s new Drogheda branch, from left to right, are: Craig Mc Keown, Management Trainee; Carol O’Neill, Management Assistant; Shauna Vize, Branch Manager; and Patrick Corless, Management Trainee.
In the last couple of months, Enterprise has opened new branches and relocated others in:
– Blackpool, Cork (additional new office);
· Finglas, Dublin (additional new office);
· Drogheda, Co. Louth (relocated to higher profile ‘High Street’ location);
· Letterkenny, Co. Donegal (relocated to higher profile ‘High Street’ location.
Operating in Ireland since 1997, Enterprise Rent-A-Car is known for its extensive branch network, everyday low rates and outstanding customer service. At present, Enterprise employs more than 200 staff in its 25 branches nationwide.
Speaking about the company’s recent expansion, George O’Connor, Managing Director, Enterprise Rent-A-Car Ireland, said: “We celebrated our 20th anniversary in Ireland just last year, so we are delighted that our growth story is continuing into our 21st year in Ireland with these recent openings.
“It really underlines our investment in the business in Ireland and highlights how car and van rental is becoming a very cost-effective and convenient solution for more and more people. Increasing numbers of customers who have an occasional need for a vehicle are delighted with the flexibility that rental can provide.
“In particular, some urban dwellers find that car rental is a cost-effective alternative to car ownership. And thanks to our unique free Pick Up and drop off service our car rental experience could not be more convenient.”
“We will continue to invest in communities across Ireland to provide residents and businesses greater access to mobility. Our van rental activity has also seen a significant uplift in business recently. Aside from the usual house-moving customers, we are seeing an increasing number of companies who are using our vans for occasional spikes in business when they do not have enough capacity from their own fleets.”