|By PR Newswire||
|April 2, 2014 09:54 PM EDT||
LOS ANGELES, April 2, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Los Angeles and Las Vegas are two of the world's most exciting tourist destinations and entertainment capitals. Even so, family owned State Van Rental knows that managing the many details of the kind of airport van rental Las Vegas and L.A. visitors need can often be a deeply unexciting prospect, especially if they expect to be on the receiving end of impersonal service that fails to take their needs into account. When service is outstanding, however, working out the arrangements of a 15 passenger van rental in Las Vegas or elsewhere can be not only be a lot more productive, it can be a pleasure.
It's that kind of top quality personalized service that has made family-owned State Van Rental one of the finest agencies in either California or Nevada at which to rent a van. Las Vegas and L.A. are not cities particularly well known for having a personal approach to anything. This agency, on the other hand, has built its reputation on treating its customers like the highly individual human beings they are, not a bunch of numbers on a spreadsheet.
Of course, it's not just first-rate service but also selection, convenience, and value that make State Van Rental's customers return again and again. From conversion vans for visitors to the many stunning natural landmarks of Southern California and Nevada, to cargo vans for folks making a cross-town or cross state move, to 7, 8, and 15 passenger vehicles for groups and large families hitting the road, State Van Rentals has the large capacity vehicles people are looking for. It also offers regular online specials and discounts and everyday competitive pricing to make sure that customers always understand that they are appreciated.
Aside from its Los Angeles and Las Vegas locations, State Van Rental offers travelers a number of drop-off destinations in Southern and Northern California as well as Arizona. These include Burbank, Orange County, Long Beach, San Diego, San Francisco, Oakland, San Jose, and Phoenix. It also offers telephone and online reservations as well as free pickups at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX).
Nevertheless, it's the human touch of the State Van Rental staff and management that customers say is the real difference between the family-owned outfit and the gigantic rental agencies. A company with strong roots in the local communities it serves, State Van is especially welcoming to church groups, non-profits, musicians and anyone else dedicated to making the world a better place. Whoever you are, you can depend on being given the best treatment possible with this rental agency.
For further information, please contact State Van Rental by dialing 888-315-6888 toll free. You can also make a reservation online at www.statevan.com. The agency's friendly and highly professional staff very much looks forward to hearing from you.
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