Thanks to you, PIE 2020 Breaks All Records


Thanks to you, PIE 2020 Breaks All Records

Or at least it will…Attendee registration is running 58% ahead of the same date last year. Booth sales are skyrocketing with 164 booked. And we have six weeks to go. This promises to be the parking event of the year. Marcy, Astrid, Kelley, Jordan and Robyn are doing a fantastic job.

We have worked diligently to involve all the attendees in our Exhibition this year. You will find that speakers and exhibitors alike will be reaching out to you to add your experience to their compendium. After all, its YOU who make these events what they are.

One always wonders just what makes an event a success. Its not only due to the hard work of our staff, but also to you, the attendees, exhibitors and speakers who are making this year’s PIE a wonderful event. The buzz that has been created around PIE 2020 is truly remarkable.

This year we have an event that can only be described as fantastic. Fantastic new venue in San Diego, fantastic keynote speaker in David Zipper, fantastic seminars embracing all aspects of parking technology and the parking experience, fantastic networking, fantastic classic car show, fantastic awards breakfast, and our fantastic closing symposium on smart parking, tech, and its relationship to the parking experience.

I’m particularly touched this year that we are continuing our honoring of the country’s military not only with a “Top Gun” themed party, but also with a seminar hosted by the Veterans in Parking and the honoring of service men and women who served on the USS Midway. It’s a small way to say thank you for your service.

Join us next month in San Diego. You will have the parking time of your life. Click here for all the details.  By the way, book your hotel NOW!!!  They are filling fast.


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