A 20-YEAR-OLD former karting champion has stepped out of the driver’s seat to set up an international car rental service.
Irish expat Eric Morris has launched his Hero Rent a Car service with access to 28,000 locations in more than 190 countries.
Living on the Costa del Sol for 14 years, the young entrepreneur has put his racing lifestyle – and a banking and finance degree – on hold to focus on his business
Working with over 550 car suppliers, Hero Rent a Car pledges to find the best deal for each customer.
“Hero Rent A Car is here to save you from high prices,” Morris said. “Our aim is to provide our customers with the most efficient and cost effective way of hiring a car.”
“We are up to 35% cheaper than if you go to the car supplier direct.”
For more info visit www.herorentacar.com or email [email protected]
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