“It makes an impact when I tell clients Enterprise is privately held…just like you are,” Larry says. “As a family-run business we understand how important it is to take care of our customers and to do the right thing – because we’re in it for the long haul.”
As college students head back to campus, about 2,000 students will enter academic halls with more knowledge than they could have learned from any textbook this summer — because they gained real-world experience by completing the Management Training internship program at Enterprise.
Take it from Management Intern Mitch L. Now a senior at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, Mitch is grateful his experience surpassed his initial expectations.
Enterprise employees embraced their Halloween spirit yet again! Check out their creative and comical costumes.
This particular snag actually happened for two ofManagement Assistant Emilia O.’s renters at theOrlando International Airport. Thanks to Emilia’s quick thinking, she had the husband and wife on the road in the car of their dreams in no time.
Mention “bear claw” around most Enterprise Rent-A-Car branches in the U.S., and people will probably assume you’re picking up pastries or donuts for a sales call on a local body shop.
Say “bear claw” in Alaska, and there’s a decent chance it means one of your vehicles is about to make a trip into the shop for repairs.
“I have yet to see a bear personally, but I have seen the claw marks a bear left on the side of one of our trucks—right here, on one of our lots in Anchorage,” says April K. Regional Rental Manager for the largest (not to mention wildest and coldest) state in the union.
“Training has not only helped me advance my career, it has helped me become a better manager and leader,” says Zach. “I’m now taking what I’ve learned and applying it in my day-to-day business operations.”