Maiellano Offers $30 Booking Bonus for Hertz Italy

Maiellano Car Rental, a brand of Central Holidays, is offering a $30 booking bonus in addition to its discounted rates for Hertz Italy reservations made by June 30, 2011 for a travel rental period through March 31, 2012. This offer is available for a rental period of six days or more for Hertz vehicle categories of D or higher.

Maiellano Car Rental said that it has the ability to secure Hertz Europe and Italy car rentals at highly discounted rates with the added convenience of unlimited mileage. Maiellano car rentals include unlimited mileage, insurance, taxes and charges, 24-hour emergency roadside assistance, Hertz Neverlost In-Car Navigation System (optional) and more.

Travelers and travel agents can now visit Maiellano.com to build entire Europe vacation packages by booking hotel accommodations, car rentals and airfare all via one website, the company says. Website visitors can also peruse a wide selection of Fly & Drive vacation packages that the company now offers, featuring rates for all-inclusive travel throughout Italy, Greece, Spain, Portugal and France.

"As part of the Central Holidays Travel Group, and our longstanding relationships with such companies as Hertz, Maiellano Car Rental is afforded the buying power necessary to offer fantastic deals and inclusive rates to our clients and travel partners," said Gianni Miradoli, COO for the Central Holidays Travel Group. "We have worked hard to make Maiellano a one-stop-shop for all your travel needs, by offering the ability to build entire Europe vacation packages on one website—complete with hotel, car rental and airfare."

Visit www.maiellano.com.
 

 

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