Last year, New York City saw the most tourists it has ever seen – despite Hurricane Sandy. The sky's the limit this year.
Brooklyn, New York (PRWEB) June 28, 2013
AllCar Rent-A-Car is helping kick the summer road trip season into high gear by offering customers a unique car rental credit giveaway via their corporate website. From now until the end of summer, AllCar is giving away one $50 car rental credit a week as part of their Free Driving campaign.
“Summer is a huge season for tourism and economic activity in Brooklyn and NYC,” explains AllCar Marketing Director, Nathan Isherwood. “We've launched the Free Driving campaign to help encourage our customers to get out and discover everything our vibrant city has to offer.”
AllCar and New York City are currently gearing up for another big summer travel season, this after the city attracted a record number of tourists in 2012. Over 52 million people visited the city last year, contributing nearly $55 billion to the economy. This included some 41 million domestic tourists.
“We live in the most vibrant city in the world,” says Isherwood. “We want to share that excitement with our followers.”
Customers and non-customers alike can enter for their chance to win a $50 free driving credit from AllCar by signing up for the company's free e-newsletter. A new winner will be named every week this summer. Full contest details, including terms and conditions, are listed on the company's website.
“Last year, New York City saw the most tourists it has ever seen – despite Hurricane Sandy. The sky's the limit this year.”
For more information on the Free Driving campaign, please contact AllCar Rent-A-Car at 1-800-697-2227 or visit http://www.allcarrentacar.com to cast your ballot. No purchase necessary. Purchase will not improve chances of winning. Only one entry per email address permitted.
About AllCar Rent-A-Car
AllCar Rent-A-Car is New York City's premiere rental company. With 12 locations throughout the five boroughs, AllCar is focused on providing the highest quality car rental experience in New York. Book