November 17, 2012

Enterprise Rent-a-Car Raises over $1,000 During Basketball Tournament For the GI Go Fund.

Company hosts basketball tournament in Northern NJ to raise funds to assist military veterans.

Enterprise Rent-a-Car presents check of $1,000 to the GI Go Fund to assist military veterans.

WAYNE, NJ — Enterprise Rent-A-Car of Northern New Jersey hosted a basketball tournament, “Hoops for Troops,” on Saturday, November 17th from 2:30 5:30 p.m. at Fairleigh Dickinson University in Madison, NJ to raise money for GI Go Fund, an organization that assists returning veterans with their transition back to civilian life.

“We were happy to host a basketball tournament for G.I. Go Fund,” said Jennifer Santiago, Talent Acquisition Manager of Enterprise Rent-A-Car. “With Veterans Day celebrated in November, we knew we wanted to give back to an organization that makes a difference in veterans’ lives. This event was a great way to spend a day playing basketball with our employees, families and clients, while supporting a great cause.”

Enterprise raised $1,000 for GI Go Fund to help provide employment and educational opportunities for veterans. To kick-off the event, Deputy Director Alexander Manis and Executive Director Jack Fanous of GI Go Fund came to talk to those in attendance about the organization.

Founded in 1957, Enterprise Rent-A-Car is an internationally recognized brand with more than 6,000 neighborhood and airport locations in the United States, Canada, the U.K., Ireland, and Germany. Known for exceptionally low rates and outstanding customer service, Enterprise was named to BusinessWeek’s annual list of “Customer Service Champs” in 2007, 2008, 2009 and 2010. In addition, Enterprise won Budget Travel magazine’s 2010 and 2011 Readers’ Choice Award as their favorite rental car brand for customer service around the globe. Further, the Enterprise Rent-A-Car brand also led the car rental industry in an annual North American airport car rental survey, which includes both leisure and business travelers, for seven years in a row.