Throughout his 15-year career with Enterprise, William T. has learned many valuable lessons, but one remains top-of-mind: take care of one another.
William started his career as a Management Trainee in South Florida. He successfully navigated a path through several promotions to where he currently sits as Director of Rental Replacement for the South Florida Operating Group.
William recently connected his Enterprise career with the brand’s namesake, the USS Enterprise, through a unique lunch encounter.
Continue reading Lunch with the USS Enterprise
Andy Taylor enjoys cooking for his family on the weekends.
Barbecuing is his specialty. And when it comes to ribs, he doesn’t skimp on the sauce.
While he says the benefits of barbecue are sometimes healthy meals and fewer dishes to clean, the result of a home-cooked meal has a far greater impact: more time spent with his family.
For the Taylors, family is the foundation for success, along with having fun.
Continue reading Fatherhood, fun and family business
Enterprise founder Jack Taylor believed in having fun and giving back to the local communities where employees live and work.
After Jack passed away in 2016, the Ireland Operating Group looked to pay homage to his philosophy. At the top of their list: an annual run, bike and swim – all to benefit a local non-profit.
And with that, the annual Jack Taylor Memorial Triathlon headed to the start line.
Continue reading An endurance test to celebrate an enduring legacy
It was 60 years ago on a rainy winter afternoon that Jack Taylor started a car leasing business. He invested his entire savings ($10,000 and the help of a loan), his future and his career into the new venture. In a tiny lower-level office in a St. Louis Cadillac dealership, he began with a fleet of seven cars, one employee and a commitment to provide a uniquely personal brand of customer service.
Continue reading 60 Years of Driving Forward
Nearly 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.
Continue reading Thank you, Jack