Sixt Rent-a-Car Opens Expanded Location in Phoenix

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Sixt Rent-a-Car opened an expanded location at the Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, its fifth grand opening this year.

The new location expanded their Phoenix location to five counters, from their original two. The company expects to double that number again over the next few years and increase the size of its premium car fleet.

Sixt Rent-a-Car, a luxury car rental company based in Pullach near Munich, operates in over 100 countries at more than 2,000 locations. Founded in 1912, Sixt came to the United States in 2011 and has grown to be the fourth largest car rental brand in the country, reaching a revenue of $366 million in 2017 and employing over 750 workers.

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In 2017, the company opened a new site at the San Diego International Airport and expanded its sites at their flagship location at the Miami International Airport and the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. This year marked the opening of two new locations, at the San Antonio International Airport and the Fort Myers International Airport, as well as an updated site at the Tampa International Airport.

Sixt maintains 53 rental locations across the country in 13 states, including California, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Washington, Texas, Connecticut, New Jersey, Minnesota, Pennsylvania, Nevada, Arizona and Massachusetts.

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