Hertz Corporation Joins Aftermarket Rewards - BodyShop Business

Hertz Corporation Joins Aftermarket Rewards

With its ongoing expansion into the suburban car rental market and the insurance replacement industry, The Hertz Corporation has joined forces with Aftermarket Rewards to reward Hertz partners in the automotive aftermarket industry with Aftermarket Rewards points that can be redeemed for thousands of brand name reward products.

Partner body shops are able to earn valuable Aftermarket Rewards points – 250 points per rental – for each qualifying rental they refer to Hertz. In order to receive the Rewards points, a Hertz Corporate Discount Program (CDP) number must be mentioned at the time of the reservation. Body shops without a Hertz CDP number can receive one by contacting their nearby Hertz location or sales representative. Aftermarket Rewards notifies its members by email once they have accrued points that are available for redemption.

As the exclusive car rental partner of Aftermarket Rewards, Hertz also has special offers available for redemption by participating Aftermarket Rewards members – a voucher good for two free weekend rental days on standard through full-size car classes and a voucher for one free week on standard through full-size car classes. 

For more information, visit www.aftermarketrewards.com or www.hertz.com.  

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