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Mass. Operator Aligns With Airport Car Rental Counters

Posted on November 23, 2010 by LCT Staff - Also by this author - About the author

The locations are a logical fit for ETS International, which wants to expand client ground transportation choices and access to its luxury services.

RANDOLPH, Mass. — ETS INTERNATIONAL, a chauffeured transportation company, has expanded its local service by aligning itself with leading car rental companies in two of New England’s busiest airports.

By joining forces with Select Car Rental, Payless Car Rental and Payless Parking, owner John Greene feels that customers can have any transportation need met in one physical location.

Commuters and business travelers arriving at T.F. Greene Airport in Warwick, RI and Manchester Airport in Manchester, N.H. now have access to ETS International’s luxury vehicles services at the Payless Car Rental locations in each airport. The company has succeeded in its efforts to cover all bases within the New England region and it believes this collaboration was the next step in the regional business plan.

In making the announcement, John M. Greene, President of ETS International, said, “By expanding our reach to Rhode Island and New Hampshire, we are now able giving our customers access to our award-winning service, using state-of-the-art technology to monitor closely their arrivals and gate information. We continue to strive to make our company more convenient for our clients without ever compromising the service we provide.”

Information: (888) 366-3388; www.etsintl.net

ETS International operates a fleet of luxury sedans, SUVs, limousines and executive vans in the Boston, Manchester, NH and Providence, RI area, as well as a global network that services cities around the world. ETS International has been awarded a 2010 LCT Operator Of The Year Award.

Source: ETS INTERNATIONAL

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