Enterprise GPS Offers Discounts To NLA Members

Posted on July 7, 2010 by LCT Staff - Also by this author - About the author

Operators who belong to the National Limousine Association can now save money on satellite tracking technology offered by a major industry supplier.

TUSTIN, Calif. — Enterprise GPS completed an agreement on July 2 with the NATIONAL LIMOUSINE ASSOCIATIONto offer exclusive discount pricing on its tracking products and services to all NLA members.

The agreement was finalized on July 2 by NLA Executive Director Patricia A. Nelson and ENTERPRISE GPS President Jon Kudla.

The agreement allows NLA members to receive a special 10% discount off Enterprise GPS' standard quantity-based pricing on GPS tracking equipment. To receive the NLA discount, members must notify Enterprise GPS of their membership in the NLA and provide their membership number for verification.

If ENTERPRISE GPS runs a current promotion that exceeds the NLA discount, members will receive an additional discount or promotion such as free activation, shipping, etc. This will ensure that NLA members always benefit from their membership. Members must present the current special advertisement or promotion code and their NLA member number to be eligible for this additional promotion.

"Our business has always been about building lasting relationships with our valued clientele," Kudla said in a statement. "We're proud of our relationship with the NLA and we're especially excited to be able to provide this special offer to all of its members."

The NLA also offers other vendor discounts to its members. Information: NLA WEB SITE

Source: Enterprise GPS

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