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Hertz New Zealand Named Leading Rental Car Company

Published: Tue 15 Dec 2015 12:09 PM
Hertz New Zealand Named Travel Digest Leading Rental Car Company 2015
Hertz New Zealand round out hugely successful year with prestigious industry award
Auckland, New Zealand – 15, December 2015 – Hertz New Zealand is proud to announce it has been honoured with the title of “Leading Rental Car Company” by readers of New Zealand’s leading travel industry magazine, Travel Digest.
The award comes in a hugely successful year for the car rental company, which was awarded Best Car Rental Operator at the National Travel Industry Awards and received a Highly Commended Award in the Readers’ Digest Trusted Brands 2015 survey.
Speaking about the win, Mark Righton, Country Manager Hertz New Zealand, comments: “We are truly honoured to have been awarded the title of Leading Car Rental Company 2015 by Travel Digest readers. At Hertz New Zealand, we are consistently reviewing ways to improve and grow, both for our customers and the industry as a whole. This award is testament to our continued dedication in this space and we are delighted to be recognised by our industry peers as we look to continue our efforts into 2016 and beyond.”
The Travel Digest’s Travel Industry Awards, now in their eight year, celebrate the very best of the tourism and travel industry in New Zealand. These awards are voted on by industry professionals across the sector, including tour and hospitality operators, tourism and travel professionals, travel agencies and tourism companies across New Zealand.
On the Travel Digest Travel Industry Awards, Travel Digest Publisher, Lorraine Thomson, notes:
“The awards are a recognition and testament to marketing investment, professional service, positivity, leveraging technology initiatives and undivided attention to detail. The awards are also about rising
above adversity, facing global terrorism and geographic disasters and coming up with, in many cases, alternative and innovative strategies.”
ENDS

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