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Join Enterprise

Join Enterprise CarShare by September 30, 2013 and pay only $10!

Enterprise will waive the first year’s annual membership fee, the application fee, and give you $35 in driving CREDITS.  Simply put promo code CAMPUS2013 in the application’s promo field.  That’s a 70% savings!

Driving credits apply to time and mileage only and expire one year from membership approval date.  Offer cannot be transferred, applied to previous rental or balances owed or other fees, charges and has no actual cash value or surrender value.  Offer cannot be combined with other offers, promotions or discounts.  Taxes and fees may apply.  New applicants only. 

Enterprise CarShare is a membership-based car sharing program from Enterprise Rent-A-Car, with vehicles parked right on our campus at WKU.  Enterprise CarShare provides an alternate method of transportation to go where you want, when you want.

For more information, contact Eric Newton at joseph.e.newton@erac.com or 270-782-5600.   

To join Enterprise CarShare, click HERE

 

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