Car Loyalty Program for Travel Agents Grows

Budget Rent A Car announced incentives in honor of the 10th anniversary of Unlimited Budget, the company's loyalty program for travel agents. The anniversary celebration includes a variety of ways for Unlimited Budget members to earn additional rewards, such as $10 on every rental of 10 or more days for the remainder of 2007. The company also instituted a new points-earning schedule where members earn points based on the length of rental, as well as a lower card issuance threshold. Hilton also has joined in, so that agents who book clients at either the Doubletree Alana Hotel in Waikiki or the Hilton Hawaiian Village Beach Spa will earn double points. Points are awarded based on paid hotel stays. Visit [www.unlimitedbudget.com] or [www.hiltontravelagents.com].

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