Cash-In Club, a loyalty program from Enterprise Holdings Inc. designed specifically for travel agents, is undergoing a renovation focused on creating a more user-friendly experience. Additionally, the program is set to offer more chances for agents to earn extra rewards through multiple upcoming promotions.
Enterprise Holdings is the operator of three leading car rental agencies: Alamo Rent A Car, National Rent Car Rental, and of course, Enterprise Rent-A-Car. Between the three brands, Enterprise Holdings operates over 9,000 locations around the globe.
The adjustments to the program include an overhaul to the Cash-In Club website, ensuring simple navigation and a seamless experience when earning points. These points can then be redeemed for cash rewards in the form of pre-paid Visa cards.
"The enhanced Cash-In Club rewards program is our way of saying thank you to our loyal North American travel agent partners who choose Enterprise, National and Alamo for their clients' car rental needs," said Jeff Coggin, Assistant Vice President of Travel Agency Sales for Enterprise Holdings Inc. "With richer rewards opportunities and an improved online user experience, we've made it faster and simpler for agents who join Cash-In Club to earn rewards."
To kick off the revamped program, Enterprise Holdings is offering a slew of opportunities for travel agents to earn additional points. From now until the end of May, members will earn ten times the points on weekend rentals. On top of that, they’ll earn five times the points on rentals booked in the U.K., France, Spain, Ireland, or Germany. On all other qualifying rentals, Cash-In Club participants with still earn double points.
The program prides itself on flexibility; by simply offering prepaid Visa cards as a reward, Cash-In Club allows partnered travel agents to use their points in ways that are most relevant and appropriate for their preferences.
Enterprise Holdings is one of “America’s Largest Private Companies” according to Forbes magazine, and employed over 93,000 employees in fiscal year 2015.

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