With several thousand parking spaces in our inventory around Cowboys Stadium just a click away, we look forward to getting fans in their seats on-time ready to root on their team.
Arlington, TX (PRWEB) August 26, 2010 —
Pop quiz - what does 100,000+ seats, 12,000 parking spaces, and virtually no public transportation equal? One Texas-sized mob of angry fans. Cowboys Stadium, which only allows season-ticket holder to park on its premises, is still searching for viable means to park its entire fan base on game days. In the meantime, non-season ticket holders are left fighting to secure a parking pass from either a friend with season tickets or through secondary ticket marketplaces, like StubHub. Onsite parking starts at $75 and can easily exceed the cost of the stadium ticket, leaving fans dazed and confused. That is, until they visit Parkwhiz.com.
ParkWhiz.com is a website that allows fans to reserve a guaranteed pre-paid parking space near Cowboys Stadium. ParkWhiz works with verified parking operators and businesses surrounding the stadium to list their parking on the website. Once listed, fans can go to http://www.parkwhiz.com to reserve and print off their parking pass from the comfort of their home. If they are already en route to the stadium, fans can visit http://www.parkwhiz.com on their favorite Android or iPhone device to make an e-reservation. Currently, ParkWhiz offers reserved parking options at 20+ parking locations ranging from across the street up to one mile away from Cowboys Stadium. Some of the parking locations offer a free shuttle service to and from the stadium while others allow tailgating, have restrooms on-site and are staffed with security guards. With Cowboys Stadium hosting Super Bowl XLV this year, the hype around Arlington is palpable.
"We are excited for year two at Cowboys Stadium, especially with the Super Bowl in Arlington." said Aashish Dalal, CEO of ParkWhiz.com. "With several thousand parking spaces in our inventory around Cowboys Stadium just a click away, we look forward to getting fans in their seats on-time ready to root on their team.”
Problem solved. Class dismissed.
About Us: ParkWhiz, which has over 300 parking facilities in its network across the country, primarily focuses on the sporting, theater, and concert market. Cowboys Stadium is one of ParkWhiz’s most popular destinations in its national inventory of world-class venues, which also include Wrigley Field, New Meadowlands Stadium, Fenway Park, Madison Square Garden, Soldier Field, Georgia Dome, AT&T Park, and dozens more. ParkWhiz, which handles all transaction logistics, customer service, and payment processing, is a privately held company based in Chicago, online at http://www.parkwhiz.com.