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Enterprise Fleet Services Changes Its Name

December 5, 2006

ST. LOUIS - Enterprise Fleet Services, a full-service management company for businesses with mid-size fleets, has changed its name to Enterprise Fleet Management. According to the company, the new name reinforces Enterprise Fleet Management’s focus on developing and implementing strategic management solutions that help each customer achieve individual business objectives.

Enterprise Fleet Management, a division of Enterprise Rent-A-Car, has more than 170,000 vehicles on lease from 53 branch locations and a network of more than 90,000 affiliated service centers nationwide. According to Enterprise, 85 percent of the company’s service advisors are ASE certified, and each service advisor has an average of 13 certifications.

“As Enterprise approaches its 50th anniversary early next year, the timing was right to change our name to Enterprise Fleet Management,” said Steve Bloom, senior vice president of Enterprise Fleet Management. “In addition to supporting our strategy for continued growth in managing mid-size fleets, the new name more accurately reflects the scope of our relationship with our customers.”

According to Bloom, during the most recent fiscal year, which ended July 31, 2006, Enterprise Fleet Management set a new company record, saving customers more than $5.13 million in maintenance and repair costs. The record savings represented the fifth consecutive year Enterprise exceeded its savings goal for customers with maintenance management programs.

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