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Enterprise Expands to Alaska

May 10, 2004

Enterprise Rent-A-Car announced on May 5 that it has opened its first branch in Alaska. With the new Anchorage location, Enterprise has a presence in all 50 states.With more auto accidents per capita than the lower 48 states, Alaskan insurance providers requested that Enterprise consider moving into the market.The branch opens with a selection of vehicles chosen for Alaska's climate and terrain - SUVs, trucks, and cars, many with 4x4 capabilities and all outfitted with block heaters. Enterprise plans to add a second Anchorage branch in the next year.
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