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Hertz New Zealand Voted Most Trusted Car Rental Company

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Hertz New Zealand Voted Most Trusted Car Rental Company Two Years In A Row

Hertz New Zealand named Most Trusted by New Zealanders for the second consecutive year

Auckland, New Zealand – 9 June, 2017 – Hertz New Zealand announced that it has been voted the Most Trusted Car Rental Company by local Kiwis. This is the second consecutive year that Hertz New Zealand received the prestigious recognition from Reader’s Digest, voted on by a cross section of New Zealanders.

In 2015 Hertz was named Highly Commended brand in the car rental category and also took out first place as Travel Digest Magazine’s leading rental car company.

Mark Righton, Country Manager, Hertz New Zealand, said: “We are honoured to have achieved these important recognitions from Reader’s Digest for the third year in succession and are immensely grateful to the consumers who voted for us. We will continue to work hard to ensure our customers are provided with the best possible car rental experiences.

“To come out on top as Most Trusted by New Zealanders two years in a row is a testament to the dedication of our staff to provide the highest standards of customer service.”

Reader’s Digest Trusted Brands have been voted on annually by New Zealand consumers for the last 18 years, celebrating the best, most trusted brands in the country. Winners are chosen following an independent survey of Kiwi consumers, who rate the brands they trust in 60 categories of products and services.

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