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Hertz New Zealand Appoints Lynn Adams-Pearce

Hertz New Zealand Appoints Lynn Adams-Pearce as National Manager, Sales

Auckland, New Zealand – 1 December 2014 – The Hertz Corporation (NYSE: HTZ), the world's leading general use car rental brand, welcomes Lynn Adams-Pearce to the position of a National Manager, Sales in New Zealand. Lynn will be based in Auckland and will report to Lisa Miller, Director of Sales for Australia and New Zealand.

As the National Manager, Sales Lynn’s role is to ensure the continuation and development of partnerships with key clients and new business across New Zealand. Lynn will be responsible for the growth and retention of existing clients within corporate, insurance, government and travel management companies, as well as developing new and existing customer relationships throughout New Zealand.

"Having worked together with Hertz for a number of years, I have always had respect for their commitment to providing customers with the highest level of service,” said Lynn. “I am extremely pleased to now be joining the team and will ensure the continuation and development of partnerships with key clients, industry partners and new customers.”

With over 27 years’ experience within the travel industry globally and the last 20 years' in New Zealand, Lynn brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to Hertz and will provide ongoing leadership, direction and motivation to the sales operations teams ensuring optimum performance.


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