Bringing Enterprise home to Vietnam

Bringing Enterprise home to Vietnam.E710M2.E04903It all started with a simple question.

“Why isn’t Enterprise in Vietnam?”

Ha N., a License Title Clerk with the Business Remarketing team in Cincinnati, Ohio, asked this of Vice President of Business Management Dan W. last June during a visit he made.

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Putting customers first

9.9.17.Tillara.FBOffering outstanding customer service comes effortlessly for Tillara T., who works as an Emerald Club Greeter and Administrative Assistant at Indianapolis International Airport. Her dedication to customer service is what earned her a Recognition of Service Excellence (ROSE) Award last month.

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College Colors Day

Scratching the surface of imagination through technology

9.2.17.GS.FBEnterprise IT interns recently helped local students explore a new world and language without ever leaving the city.

This summer, Enterprise Holdings IT partnered with the Girl Scouts of Eastern Missouri to teach students how to code using Scratch technology at one of IT’s campuses in St. Louis.

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The City of Brotherly Love… and friendly competition

Enterprise twins_3Don’t be surprised to stumble upon Enterprise customers in Philadelphia doing a double take.

Identical twin brothers Ethan and Ryan M. are Branch Managers at locations just 15 miles apart. While they both sport a similar friendly face behind the counter, they’re on two distinct career paths.

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Flight delays, frantic travelers and customer service

8.17.17.Blog Image.FBFlight delays aren’t uncommon and they can cause a lot of stress on travelers. Hakim G., a Senior Customer Assistance Representative at Rochester International Airport, has first-hand experience calming frantic travelers’ nerves.

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