Sorting Out Those Frequent Driver RewardsSilvia Sansoni
When Randy Rogers took his two teenage sons down to the Florida Keys from Fort Lauderdale, the boys insisted on tooling around in a convertible. No problem. Rogers, who is co-owner of the Kenny Rogers Roasters chain and brother of the country singer, had become a frequent user of Alamo Rent-A-Car on his many trips to visit the company's restaurants around the country. So he had earned enough points to entertain his kids in a snazzy Mustang ragtop during their vacation--free of charge.
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