In observance of Veterans Day, Enterprise Rent-A-Car, the flagship brand of Enterprise Mobility, announced it is again partnering with Progressive Insurance to help donate vehicles to veterans and their families in need.
With vehicle delivery events taking place across the U.S., this marks the 11th year of Progressive’s annual Keys to Progress vehicle giveaway program, bringing the total of vehicles donated to veterans and veteran organizations to more than 1,000 vehicles since 2013.
Enterprise Rent-A-Car said it is providing six months of auto insurance coverage to each vehicle recipient.
Vehicles distributed through this year’s Keys to Progress giveaway were purchased by Progressive from Enterprise Mobility’s fleets.
Enterprise Mobility’s Commitment to Military Support
Enterprise Mobility’s military heritage goes back more than six decades when Jack Taylor founded the company and named it after the USS Enterprise, one of the aircraft carriers he served on as a U.S. Navy pilot during World War II.
“With the recent introduction of our new corporate brand, Enterprise Mobility, we reaffirmed our commitment to deliver exceptional service for partners, customers, and neighbors by innovating with intention, while remaining true to the legacy established by my grandfather Jack Taylor more than 65 years ago,” said Chrissy Taylor, president/CEO of Enterprise Mobility. “Jack’s legacy includes the values of integrity, hard work, team spirit and simply doing the right thing that he learned in the Navy. We remain dedicated to supporting the military, which not only helped shape Jack’s personality but made a lasting mark on the company he founded.”
Military veterans and members of the guard and reserves make up 8% of Enterprise Mobility’s total U.S. workforce, including those at the military installations Enterprise Mobility serves.
Enterprise Mobility’s support of veterans includes a $9 million commitment over nine years to the Fisher House Foundation. These funds, provided through the Enterprise Mobility Foundation, help the Fisher House Foundation provide no-cost housing for military and veterans families while a loved one is in the hospital as well as scholarships for children of fallen or disabled service members.
Originally posted on Automotive Fleet