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European Tour partners with Enterprise Rent-A-Car

Golf’s European Tour has agreed a three-year partnership with vehicle rental and mobility company Enterprise Rent-A-Car.

In addition to supporting all 46 events in 31 countries throughout the 2019 Race to Dubai competition, Enterprise will also be an Official Supplier at European Tour tournaments in the UK, France, Germany, Spain and Ireland.

During the Race to Dubai season, players, staff and fans will have the opportunity to experience Enterprise’s customer service, as well as a wide selection of vehicles at more than 1,000 locations across Europe.

As official supplier, Enterprise will have more extensive involvement at the Andalucía Valderrama Masters, Irish Open, European Open, PGA Championship and Open de France.

Jim Stoeppler, vice-president of European brand marketing at Enterprise Rent-A-Car, said: “Through this partnership, fans and customers alike will be able to access Enterprise’s exceptional customer service and breadth of vehicles ranging from electric cars to some of the world’s most exclusive luxury and sports models.”

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