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HERC to Open Renovated Facility in Marietta, Georgia

Hertz Equipment Rental Corp., will celebrate the grand re-opening of its Marietta, Ga., general rental facility on Sept. 26. The event will take place at the store between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. and will showcase the facility’s renovated 2,000-square-foot showroom and newly expanded product line, which includes small tools, construction equipment and contractors’ supplies.

At the HERC Marietta grand re-opening, vendor demonstrations and literature will be available, a free lunch will be provided by Rib Ranch, and giveaways will be provided on-site while supplies last. HERC management will participate in a ribbon-cutting ceremony and a local radio station will broadcast live from the event.

HERC’s Marietta general rental location offers a broad range of products, including roto-tillers, floor sanders, pressure washers, trenchers, paint sprayers, ladders, pumps and scaffolding. In addition to the newly expanded product line, HERC Marietta still offers a wide assortment of construction and industrial equipment from manufacturers such as Case, Genie, Doosan Infracore Portable Power, JLG, John Deere, Wacker and Stihl.

The grand re-opening of HERC Marietta is part of the company’s general rental program expansion, which HERC began in 2003 in support of its commitment to increase services and products for small, medium and large contractors as well as homeowners. The company added 23 general rental locations in 2007 as part of its planned expansion in that line of equipment rental and currently has more than 100 general rental locations throughout the United States and Canada.

A wholly-owned subsidiary of The Hertz Corp., Park Ridge, N.J.-based HERC is No. 3 on the RER 100 with approximately 290 locations in the U.S. and Canada, and an additional 95 locations in France, Spain and China.

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