In a rather curious news release, online parking reservation company Parking Panda has teamed up with the Baltimore Ravens, playing in the M&T Bank Stadium. Pre-purchased electronic parking passes can be purchased online and tickets can be shown on smartphones.
Customers can park in nearby parking garages and logs in advance for both preseason and regular season games.
"We're absolutely thrilled about this partnership and for the extraordinary opportunity to transform the experience for the best football fans in the world," said Nick Miller, Parking Panda CEO, in a press statement. "Parking Panda is deeply committed to our hometown of Baltimore and our goal of making parking painless. This partnership bridges our passions together, and we look forward to providing a seamless parking experience to allow our fans and every-goers to fully enjoy their experience."
Parking at NFL stadiums on game day can be a chaotic experience, with thousands of cars streaming into each lot. Having an integrated system to help quickly scam vehicles into the lot, providing a realistic third-party parking strategy.
"Parking is a critical element of game day for many of our fans, and this kind of innovative service greatly enhances the experience we can provide at M&T Bank Stadium," said Baker Koppelman, VP of Ticket Sales & Operations for the Baltimore Ravens. "Additionally, it's exciting that we can work with a Baltimore-native company that will provide access to the stadium's closest parking to help satisfy that goal."
Sorry Baltimore, but GO EAGLES!