Chase Field in Phoenix is one of the venues that has found success using e-parking service ParkWhiz. (Getty Images) Company adds teams, venues to ParkWhiz roster with plan that eliminates a pain point and increases profitability Josh Simon, director of ticket operations for the Arizona Diamondbacks, had been looking for a prepaid parking vendor for about three years. He was faced with a problem common in the industry — how to provide convenient, affordable parking for patrons of his venue, Chase Field. “We run three garages and a lot with under 5,000 parking spaces, and parking is tight in downtown Phoenix,” he said. “We were looking for a provider that was adaptable and could work within our structure here.” Simon reached out to Chicago-based Arrive to find out more about ParkWhiz, its e-parking service that allows users to book parking spaces before reaching their destinations. “We implemented ParkWhiz last year,… Continue Reading Arrive’s Parking Playbook

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