Sacramento, CA (PRWEB) February 04, 2014
West Coast Fighting Championship has been promoting fights now for over 2 years. WCFC's latest event, WFC 8, will be on February 15th, 2014. It will be at the McClellan Convention Center in Sacramento California. ENC Valet Parking will be providing traffic control and surface lot management.
WFC 8 is bound to be one of the biggest events so far. As of right now, this event will feature thirteen male fights, and two female fights. WFC 8 is bound to be exciting with three title fights with the males and two title fights with the females. The title fights for males will be in the featherweight (Anthony "The Shark"Avila VS. Josh Berkovic), middleweight (Scott "Hands of Steel” Smith VS. Max "Pain" Griffin), and amateur bantamweight (Benito "The Golden Boy" Lopez VS. Benji Amezquita) divisions. The two female title fights are in the flyweight (Aspen Ladd VS. Cynthia Calvillo), and bantamweight (Arlene Culbreth VS. Roma Pawelek) divisions.
This area has many businesses with many parking lots surrounding them. Most of the parking space is private space reserved for each individual business. ENC Valet Parking will be at the event to help with separating these parking lots from the WFC event. Parking lot management and traffic control will be in place to prevent guests from parking in lots that are accessible but not available to park in. According to Eric with ENC Valet Parking, "This is a complex parking situation due to the many parking lots with multiple entry and exit points."
About ENC Valet:
ENC Valet is headquartered in Sacramento, California. ENC Valet services have been utilized throughout CA and parts of Nevada. Services include valet parking, parking management (surface lots and parking structures), traffic control, coat check attendants and Promotional Distribution. ENC Valet Parking has experience working with the secret service for political events, casino parking structures along with the associated valet policies, big sporting events consisting of 15,000+ fans, private events, hotels and night clubs.