As Enterprise works to be On Call for All during these challenging times, there are countless stories across the organization of employees going above and beyond for our customers.
Employees from one line of business, Enterprise Truck Rental, are providing essential businesses with critical mobility options such as appointment and curbside services. Some of these essential business customers include: suppliers, utility companies, emergency responders and food banks – and Enterprise is doing its part to support them all. Here’s a snapshot of some of the partnerships that have recently emerged:
Colorado Operating Group:
Thanks to a relationship with Business Rental, a Colorado organization called Integrated Family Community Services (IFCS) is renting trucks to continue its mission to provide basic human services and programs to low-income families. From IFCS, “We now have access to this gigantic truck which will allow IFCS to unload 10,000 lbs of food today, 10,000 lbs next week, and 10,000 lbs the week after that!”
South Carolina Operating Group:
Renting to a 3-D engineering firm delivering 3-D printed face masks to health care workers throughout the state, and environmental service companies that are helping with the medical supply chain.
Upstate New York Operating Group:
Renting to a telecom company that is upgrading Wi-Fi for schools to utilize for remote learning.
Philadelphia Operating Group:
Renting to Philly Share Food Program, the Salvation Army and Office of Emergency Management.
Sacramento Operating Group:
Renting to an organization that delivers masks and gloves to hospitals in Fresno County, and assisting food banks and a medical technology firm as they deliver oxygen supplies to hospitals in northern California.
Today – and every day – the safety and wellbeing of employees, customers and the communities we serve is our top priority. For the latest on our COVID-19 response, please click here.
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