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EVolve Rentals partners with Resorts World Las Vegas

26 April 2022

(PRESS RELEASE) -- EVolve Rentals, an exclusive Tesla car rental company headquartered in Las Vegas, announced its partnership with Resorts World Las Vegas, introducing the Strip’s first 100% carbon neutral car rental service. This collaboration offers travelers the opportunity to conveniently rent a premium electric vehicle during their visit.

“Here at Resorts World Las Vegas, we’re always looking for new and exciting experiences to provide our guests,” says Scott Sibella, President of Resorts World Las Vegas. “Giving visitors the opportunity to conveniently rent a Tesla is a great way to enhance their rental experience and add to our overall efforts to provid e guests with sustainable options across the resort.”

EVolve Rentals is the first carbon neutral car rental company in the United States, offering renters the opportunity to upgrade to a full self-driving Tesla or a Performance or Plaid enhancement, Tesla’s high-performance packages. Daily rates start at $199, with the fleet including the Tesla Model 3, Model S, Model Y, Model X and more.

In an effort to offset the carbon footprint associated with each trip, EVolve Rentals provides a “Rent One, Plant One” guarantee – ensuring that for every car rented, a tree is planted in partnership with Eden Reforestation Projects, a non-profit organization inspired by the global environmental and reforestation movement.

EVolve President John Marino says, “There are more electric vehicles on the road now than ever before. The EVolve mission is to provide current and potential electric car owners the option to rent an electric vehicle while traveling. The company seeks to offset the current energy crisis and provide a carbon neutral experience through our unique sustainability program.”

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