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TRAVELERS CAN MAKE MONEY DRIVING

 TRAVELERS CAN MAKE MONEY DRIVING
 HOLLYWOOD, Fla., March 25 /PRNewswire/ -- With dollars tight for


so many this year, savvy consumers are turning to the car rental industry for some real travel bargains.
 For instance, General Rent-A-Car has introduced a new frequent travel program that awards a $50 U.S. Savings Bond to customers who rent from the company just four times. People who travel often can earn General's top award: a $1,000 U.S. Savings for 50 qualified rentals. Customers can even apply for the awards in someone else's name, to give as a gift or put aside for a child's education.
 Not only is it often cheaper to rent a car for a short trip than fly, but now travelers can make money driving, as well. And for many people, saving money this year is the bottom line.
 General Rent-A-Car features Chrysler cars at its nationwide locations. Call your travel agent or 800-327-7607 to find out more about the "Bond With General" program.
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 /CONTACT: Janet P. Maizner or Kathryn Higham of Maizner & Franklin, 305-761-8888, for General Rent-A-Car/ CO: General Rent-A-Car ST: Florida IN: LEI SU:


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