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LOS ANGELES, Nov. 18, 2013 /PRNewswire/ – 2013 Connected Car Expo & LA Auto Show – ParkMe, the leading provider of real-time parking data, has activated its reservations capabilities for the 2013 Los Angeles Auto Show (LA Auto Show), one of the most influential and highly attended auto shows globally. As the first official parking provider of the high profile event, ParkMe has teamed up with the show organizers to exclusively offer attendees the ability to reserve a guaranteed parking spot.
Founded in 1907, the LA Auto Show has grown to become one of the biggest events of its kind. Drawing upwards of 900,000 attendees and spread out over 870,000 square feet, the show will display hundreds of cars from every major manufacturer: everything from new models, to eco-friendly autos, to wildly futuristic concept cars. Situated at the LA Convention Center, in the heart of downtown Los Angeles, this is sure to be an informative and fun event. Whether you’re a card-carrying gearhead, or just a casual car-watcher, you’re guaranteed a good time. Finding an LA Auto Show parking spot, however, will not be as much fun. Don’t worry though, ParkMe’s got you covered.
ParkMe is making it easier than ever to find a spot at this year’s LA Auto Show: you can reserve a spot at one of more than 5 ParkMe affiliated nearby lots and take the pain out of parking. Reserve a spot soon, though, because spaces are filling up fast! ! bit.ly/1fYxisQ
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- Reserve an LA Auto Show parking spot at this lot or many others! Save time & money when you book a guaranteed spot online.
Witches, ghouls, goblins, and Lady Gagas. You’ll find all of these and more at the West Hollywood Halloween Carnaval on October 31st. What you aren’t likely to find is a parking space. Trying to find West Hollywood Halloween parking on can be tougher than getting into way too small Halloween costume. Reserve a spot in advance to park like a pro!
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Reserve a spot here: Pacific Design Center Garage
Reserve a parking spot at this garage located at 8570 W. Sunset Blvd.
ParkMe has reserved parking at 2 lots in the West Hollywood area. Now, you don’t have to park ridiculously far, or arrive too early in order to find a space.
With a lot at the Pacific Design Center, you can walk 1 block to the parade start so you don’t mess up the Transformers costume it took you all year to make but which you forgot to add working knee joints to.
With the lot on Sunset near Equinox Weho, you can make a quick escape into the night with your significant other, be he or she a vampire, werewolf, or zombified Miley Cyrus at the Undead VMA’s. However, make sure to reserve your spot soon, because they are filling up quickly.
Avoid the most terrifying fate that can befall any WeHo Halloween Carnaval partygoer: being trapped in the car with no one to see your costume… Because trapped in the car, no one can hear you scream. Or see your costume.
Reserve your parking today: http://bit.ly/1hgp7Y5
As beaches clear up and Summer takes its last gasps, the country’s collective buoyancy shifts. America’s national pastime may be baseball, but it’s clear that football is now number one in our hearts.
Each week, dozens of college and pro football games take place all around country, packing stadiums and parking lots to the brim. Excitement mounts, as we plan entire weekends around its spectacle. Tailgating, the preferred activity at football games, gets underway hours before kickoff. But before you can tailgate, you’ve first got to claim the perfect parking spot.
Guest Post By Conrad Lumm, MyParkingPermit.com
For decades, parking involved little more than pavement with a few stripes and a more or less orderly procession to the right spot.
From the ’70s until recently, most towns in America based their parking regulations on a cookie-cutter approach that left huge swathes of land asphalted over – often in the wrong places, leaving these lots less economically productive than they could be.
The SXSW 2014 music and tech conference/festival in Austin is not far off, and we’d like ParkMe to have a more enhanced presence. As we continue improve the way people park everywhere, it’s only fitting that we gather with our leading transportation startups to dish on what’s next.