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Five Questions with Mike P., Corporate Vice President of Truck Rental

10.11.18.MikeP.Quote.ERAC.LITwenty-six years after joining Enterprise as a Management Trainee in Southern California and a successful run with Enterprise Fleet Management, Mike P. was promoted to Corporate Vice President of Truck Rental. We found out what has him most excited about this new opportunity, what advice he would give new managers and – just as importantly – what acclaimed TV drama ‘appeared’ in.

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The Enterprise equation

9.6.18.JenS.LIFive years teaching + Patience (A passion to serve) = A new career.

When Jen S. first entered the workforce, her “customers” consisted of 20 vivacious 10-year-olds.

As an elementary school teacher in Chicago, Jen learned patience, developed an incredible work ethic and honed her communication skills.

Today, more than 12 years later, Jen is back in a classroom of sorts as a student –  learning the business as a Management Trainee at Enterprise in Ohio.

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Growing together for 45 years

8.30.18.45Years.ERAC.LIIn 1973 construction of the Sears Tower in Chicago was completed, the Watergate hearings began, FedEx opened its doors, and Elvis Presley’s “Aloha from Hawaii” television special was seen around the world by more than one billion viewers.

Also that year, a loyal and dedicated sales agent – Julie T. – joined National Car Rental.

Four and half decades later, Julie is celebrating a career anniversary few can claim: 45 years.

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Up the ladder and across the country

8.21.18.ElizabethR.LIElizabeth R. guides her career with eight words: “I interview for my next job every day.”

With that philosophy in mind, Elizabeth navigated her path at Enterprise from her start as an Area Accountant in Indiana to her current position on the Corporate Campus in St. Louis as Director of Business Administration for Global Franchising. The key to her progress was taking on new opportunities whenever and wherever they presented themselves.

“Being open to relocation helped expand the number of opportunities available to me,” Elizabeth explains. “Even though I was a little anxious about moving, I tried to look at how moving could set me up for future success and career advancement – it really put things into perspective.”

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What I wish I knew: Vice President Dave L.

8.14.18.DaveL.LIWith nearly three decades of experience under his belt, Dave L. knows what it takes to keep focus and succeed at Enterprise.

Beginning as a Management Trainee in New York in 1989, he worked his way up the ladder, eventually moving down south to take on roles as Regional Vice President and Vice President of the Atlanta Operating Group.

Currently Vice President/GM of the Jacksonville Operating Group, where he’s been the last four years, Dave shares the advice he would give himself as a Branch Manager.

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Never say never

8.9.18.RyanT.LITwo countries, six states and 26 years later, Ryan T., the recently named Corporate Vice President of North Central Operations, still approaches his Enterprise career with a distinct mantra: Never say never.

Ryan began his career as an MT (Management Trainee) in his home-state of California, working his way up to Regional Rental Manager. As his career progressed, he always kept an open mind about the possibility of making a move.

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Entrepreneurs at Enterprise: Bethany S.

7.27.18.BethanyS.LI.EHIn this interview series, we speak with employees who were nominated by their teams as having a strong entrepreneurial spirit. Entrepreneurship is a key indicator to success for employees starting their careers in the Enterprise Management Training (MT) Program.

Bethany joined the Management Training program in Houston last year. She shares how she made the switch from personal trainer to a career at Enterprise and what she’s learned so far about teamwork, a positive attitude, and using her entrepreneurial drive to find success at the company.

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Entrepreneurs at Enterprise: Latisha F.

6.28.18.LatishaF.LIIn this interview series, we speak with employees who were nominated by their teams as having a strong entrepreneurial spirit. Entrepreneurship is a key indicator to success for employees starting their careers in the Enterprise Management Training (MT) Program.

Latisha joined the Enterprise Intern program in May 2017, and is now a Management Assistant. Keep reading to find out more about how Latisha’s drive and entrepreneurial spirit have led to her taking on an important role as a leader in the short time that she has been with the company.

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France, football and forging a new career path

Neil HaferEven though Neil H. is 26 years into his Enterprise career, one thing reigned loud and true since the day he started – an enduring interest to move abroad and take on new roles no matter the country, city or Operating Group.

Recently promoted to Vice President and General Manager of France, Neil has established himself as a proven leader with a keen ability to work across cultures with unwavering commitment to customer service and operational excellence.

We asked Neil to share his thoughts on the new role and his interesting career path.

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Mother and daughter share Enterprise bond

Alex Kendall, St. Louis, Enterprise, Mothers Day

There’s something spectacular about the bond between a mother and her daughter.

Unabashed love.

Immense pride.

Sheer joy.

These are the emotions Campus Manager Lynn M. evokes for her daughter, Molly S.

What makes their bond extra special? They share a second family together: Enterprise.

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