Moise, senior vice president for Canadian operations with Enterprise Rent-A-Car, North America’s largest rental car company, has announced two senior promotions in Canada. Mindy Dodd and Tom Parker were appointed to Vice President/General Manager in the Southwestern Ontario and Toronto regions, respectively. "We are delighted to welcome Mindy and Tom to our Canadian executive team," says Moise. "They have each enjoyed tremendous success while building their careers with Enterprise, and we know their regions will greatly benefit from their knowledge and experience." Dodd and Parker join Enterprise’s Canadian operations during a period of steady growth. Building on the company’s success from last year, 2004 has seen the creation of 250 new jobs in Canada and the company anticipates a number of new rental office openings before the year is through. Dodd to lead strong Southwestern Ontario team Mindy Dodd joins Enterprise Rent-A-Car’s London-based Southwestern Ontario office after spending 18 years with the company, most recently as a Regional Vice President responsible for the operations serving Central and Southwestern Kansas and Missouri, prior to that she held positions in Philadelphia and St. Louis. Dodd will oversee all rental car operations for Enterprise in Southwestern Ontario comprising of 41 locations and more than 250 employees. "I am thrilled to be joining Enterprise’s Southwestern Ontario group," says Dodd. "And I look forward to building on their achievements by strengthening relationships with local businesses and residents, and helping our employees enjoy further professional and personal success." Dodd made the move to Ontario earlier this summer, along with her husband and two children. "Southwestern Ontario is a great place to raise a family, and the business opportunities are tremendous. We’re extremely excited about the move!" Dodd adds. Parker joins Enterprise’s largest Canadian region Tom Parker joins the Markham-based Toronto head office following 16 years with Enterprise where he has held many positions in the Detroit area, including area manager, group rental manager and, for the last 7 years, Regional Vice President for Detroit. The Toronto region is Enterprise’s largest in Canada, comprising of 60 locations and 500 employees. "Enterprise has offered me new opportunities, learning experiences and rewards throughout my career," says Parker. "I am eagerly anticipating this next phase in Toronto and look forward to working with the many talented people who dedicate their day to delivering the personalized and attentive customer service that we are known for." Dodd and Parker began their careers in Enterprise’s intensive Management Training (MT) program. Often referred to as "business school in disguise," the MT program prepares employees to manage all aspects of the rental car business. Enterprise’s entrepreneurial business model provides employees with unprecedented opportunities for advancement and control over earning potential. "Mindy and Tom are great examples of the opportunities available at Enterprise for a fulfilling, successful career," says Moise. "They are excellent role models for our employees and join our Canadian team at a very exciting time, when customers are increasingly embracing Enterprise’s commitment to superior customer service and contributing to our steady growth."