Parking Spot in Orlando


Parking Spot in Orlando

I have run a couple of articles about these guys in PT, and needless to say, I am impressed by them. They have done an absolutely fantastic job of branding their product, and their shuttle vans stand out wherever they have a location.

The Parking Spot and its crack marketing team under the leadership of Mark Wildman and done the job. When you see its orange Dalmation designed vans you know absolutely what and where they are.

They just opened a new location in Orlando. They are a member of the Pritzker Realty Group — They own some of their locations, partner in some, and manage others. Its a good mix.  Here’s what they say about Orlando:

While airport parking has become more expensive and harder to find, The Parking Spot comes to Orlando to make airport parking a bit easier.  Today, the country’s leading near-airport parking company announced it opened for business at Orlando International Airport on Friday, April 22. To celebrate their opening, The Parking Spot will celebrate “stress relief day” by offering free chair massages to customers who park at the facility as well as travel survival kits designed to make air travel a little easier. Orlando is the 15th largest airportin the US and is continuing to grow at a rapid pace – and The Parking Spot is excited to serve the residents of central Florida withan easy parking option,” said Mark Wildman, The Parking Spot’s Vice President of Marketing.  “Now, Orlando air travelers will enjoy the benefits that guests of The Parking Spot are enjoying at our other 12 locations across the country.”

Good Luck, guys


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