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Celebrating International Women’s Day…and the bold changes these Enterprising women are making.

Aysun C., HR Generalist

They say some are born to become change agents…and others have that need thrust upon them. But in every circumstance, it’s a huge help to have the right can-do culture behind you – so say four women who’ve made a difference at Enterprise and beyond.

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Team Spirit: A cause worth cheering for

2.24.17.Busbee Family FBBrian B., Group Rental Manager in Virginia, is no stranger to giving back. For the past 20 years he’s volunteered with Special Olympics, and he’ll soon embark on a new adventure with the organization – honorary coach of Team Virginia for the 2018 Special Olympics USA games.

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Q&A: Vice President and Executive Director of the Enterprise Holdings Foundation, Carolyn Kindle

Five.Questions.Carolyn.KindleWe spoke with Carolyn Kindle, Vice President and Executive Director of the Enterprise Holdings Foundation to learn more about her perspective on the business. Here are her answers:

The Enterprise Holdings Foundation has contributed more than $230 million to thousands of non-profit efforts; what are the Foundation’s philanthropic strategies and objectives?

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Thank you, Jack

Jack ImageNearly 60 years ago, after serving his country in the skies over the South Pacific, Jack Taylor came home to start a business.

He was a proud member of the “Greatest Generation,” serving as a decorated U.S. Navy fighter pilot in World War II. He often credited the lessons he learned in the Navy – including integrity, hard work, team spirit and simply doing the right thing – with helping to shape him as a person and as a businessman.

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Strengthening our communities: Picking up the pieces

Strengthening.our.communities.E305JD.E181K4.E752K9.option.3What would you do if you heard that a tornado with 165-mile per hour winds leveled more than 30 homes in a neighboring community?

Assistant Branch Managers Kyle S. and Patrick D. didn’t think twice — they gathered supplies and stepped up to lend a hand.

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Back from the brink: Enterprise support helps Albertans recover from wildfires

Albertans.wildfires.E390FJ.E998K2.E4684M.E858MWThe bright blue skies overhead gave no hint of the devastation that was about to descend on Fort McMurray, Alberta, on the first Tuesday in May.

Locals knew about wildfires burning in the vicinity, but “there was no smoke in the air that morning,” says Will S., Area Manager.  After lunch he stopped by the local Enterprise truck branch which sits up a bit from street level—and when he glanced out the window, Will noticed something ominous: billowing smoke, bearing down on the city.

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Water crisis brings out best in Michigan’s Enterprise team

Michigan.Water.Crisis.E51757.E541GR.E7610P.E6666K.E99580.E991N6There are times when having a network of neighborhood branches takes on a whole new meaning. That’s certainly the case in Flint, Michigan — as Enterprise employees have been pitching in with a neighborly effort to address the current water crisis.

The city of about 100,000 people has been operating under a state of emergency since early January, due to lead contamination that rendered its water supplies unsafe to drink.

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Enterprise supports military families through third annual Progressive Insurance® Keys to Progress Program

keystoprogressAs part of our ongoing support of military members and their families, we recently joined forces with Progressive® Insurance, the National Auto Body Council (NABC) and others in the collision industry for the third annual Keys to Progress® program. The one-day, nationwide event provided more than 130 newly refurbished vehicles to deserving military members and their families on Veterans Day. The recipients were selected by local VFW chapters and other veteran organizations.

The Keys to Progress vehicle giveaways, spearheaded by Progressive, took place at 60 Progressive Service Centers across the country. For the third consecutive year, Enterprise provided six months of automobile insurance for each donated vehicle to ensure recipients were well covered. We also helped transport families to the giveaway events.

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Spotlight on Louisiana Group: employees honor late coworker

honorlatecoworkerIt’s never easy to lose a member of the family and Corey Bush Sr. was definitely a member of the Enterprise family. Corey had been a full-time service agent in Southern Louisiana for 14 years when he was tragically killed while interrupting a burglary in his home two weeks before Christmas.

“Corey was hardworking, loyal and knew everyone,” says Area Manager Eric S. “He was the kind of guy you wanted on your team because you could rely on him for anything.”

“We wanted to do something for his family for the holidays, so we bought gifts for his kids,” says Area Manager Ryan E. “The next year, we wanted to do even more to honor him and help his family. We knew Corey was an avid softball player so we reached out to some of the teams he played with, and established the first memorial softball tournament.”

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Skydiving for charity

skydivingforcharityIs raising money for charity by jumping out of a plane impressive or crazy?

A little of both if you ask Accountant Vala G., Accounting Supervisor Barrie K. and Intern Gwenan P. from Enterprise Southwest England, who all went skydiving to raise funds for the U.K. Pituitary Foundation.

Vala learned about the opportunity when staff from the Pituitary Foundation visited their office.

“I like trying new things and thought skydiving would be fun. I did have some doubts when I was hanging out of the plane, but by then it was too late,” says Vala who convinced Gwenan and Barrie to jump with her.

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