After a trip to San Diego, Lynn Evenchik wasn't too happy when she found out she'd lost out on saving money.
The Arizona native is suing Avis for discrimination, claiming the gay discounts Avis offers violate California's Civil Rights Act which bans discounts based on sexual orientation.
Evenchik stated the following:
These unfair and unlawful business practices result in many consumers who are not affiliated with those organizations paying substantially higher rental rates than those made available to gay and lesbian renters
Does she have a point? Or is she just targeting the gay population?
Avis partned with the International Gay and Lesbian Travel Association and National Gay and Lesbian Chamber of Commerce, letting members have discounts when renting cars.
This is going to be a tough case in court.
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