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Hertz New Zealand appoints Business Development Manager


8 August 2014

Auckland, New Zealand: The Hertz Corporation (NYSE: HTZ), the world's leading general use car rental brand, welcomes Katie Lee to the position of a Business Development Manager - Travel Distribution. Katie will be based in Auckland and will report to Claire Reynolds, Manager of Travel Distribution, Australia and New Zealand.

Katie will be responsible for the growth and retention of existing clients within the Travel Distribution sector, as well as developing new and existing customer relationships throughout Australia and New Zealand.

“Hertz is a proven global and trusted brand and it is exciting to be working with an industry leader” said Katie. “The New Zealand and Australian markets are flourishing so I am thrilled to be joining the organisation to continue to drive business forward.”

Having previously worked with Qantas Vacations in America; Orient Express in Australia; and Hilton in New Zealand, Katie brings extensive travel industry experience to her role with Hertz.

About Hertz New Zealand (
Hertz is the largest worldwide airport general use car rental brand, operating from approximately 10,090 corporate and licence locations in approximately 145 countries. In New Zealand, Hertz has 43 locations including all major cities, a large number of regional towns and airports throughout the country. The fleet includes a range of well-maintained vehicles encompassing economy, intermediate and full-size cars as well as the Prestige Collection. Minivans and 4WDs are also available to hire. As a global leader in its field, Hertz offers a range of innovative products and services in New Zealand including Hertz Gold Plus Rewards, the specially designed NeverLost® satellite navigation system in a range of languages, Mobile Wi-Fi and Premium Roadside Assistance.


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