An Invitation… Midwestern Parking Resource Forum

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An Invitation… Midwestern Parking Resource Forum


This is an event where agencies of all sizes can come together and discuss common problems and solutions. Moderated by Julie Dixon, the program mirrors similar extremely successful events that are hosted throughout the year in Northern and Southern California. The informal discussion provides the opportunity to share your experiences and resolve challenges facing your parking operations.

Whether you are a parking manager, enforcement officer, police official in charge of parking, a parking department manager, a meter technician or just someone who is involved with parking, this Forum is for you.

Come with your managers, your senior staff, or attend alone. Take an afternoon and bring your parking experience for this open discussion. It’s a great way to spend a Monday afternoon.

Vendors, you are welcome – but remember, there’s no sales pitch.  This is an opportunity to hear how your resources are experienced by the people who support and operate them.

As a Midwest Parking Forum inaugural offer, along with your registration for this free event, you will be provided a complimentary pass to visit the PIE Exhibit Floor for Tuesday and Wednesday.

For more information about the Parking Industry Expo, log on to pieshow.parkingtoday.com. To register click here.

When registering use the code below — Its easy and its FREE
Select Monday sessions and Exhibits Only options at registration.

Apply the code: PIE2019-DIXON-FORUM (at the REVIEW section) to take advantage of your complimentary registration. Having trouble or questions, call me at 310 625 5724. Want to handle it by email — send your full information and questions to jvh@parkingtoday.com. We will take care of everything.

JVH

John Van Horn

John Van Horn

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