BALTIMORE, Jan. 29, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- This week, Parking Panda announced its partnership with the San Francisco Bay Area Super Bowl 50 Host Committee to provide Game Week goers with quick, smart, and hassle-free parking. Football fans driving downtown to celebrate the Big Game at the free public fan village will outsmart the crowd by pre-purchasing third-party parking online with Parking Panda. Centered in Justin Herman Plaza and near San Francisco's famed Market Street, drivers can plan ahead as they search, reserve, and pay for a guaranteed spot at nearby parking garages and lots.
"Whether you're a football fan, or trying to get downtown to absorb all the energy and excitement leading up to the Big Game, your drive time matters to us," said Parking Panda CEO and Co-Founder Nick Miller. "Event goers don't have to worry anymore about where to park or how much they're going to pay. Because of our partnerships with surrounding garage operators in downtown San Francisco, those attending Game Week events will get access to the best parking locations. We're excited to provide a hassle-free and seamless parking experience that will also save drivers time and money."
Through Parking Panda's system and integration with parking operators in downtown San Francisco, customers will be able to view all partner parking facilities on an interactive map with real-time prices, distance, and availability. Once a reservation is made, parking passes are accessible through the mobile app, as well as e-mailed instantly to the customer. Game Week event goers can also print reservations for a guaranteed entrance at the selected location.
"We have partnered with Parking Panda to offer an innovative service to enhance the Super Bowl City experience," said Keith Bruce, CEO of the Super Bowl 50 Host Committee. "We have integrated with Parking Panda's online reservation platform so attendees can have access to convenient parking options that are just a click away."
In addition to Game Week event parking, drivers will save time and money on parking throughout San Francisco. Parking Panda's online platform integrates seamlessly with a partner parking location to ensure that sufficient space is set aside for pre-reserved customers so that parking availability is 100 percent guaranteed, even if the lot otherwise fills up.
About Parking Panda
Parking Panda is the leading provider of on-demand parking. Through Parking Panda, drivers plan and commute smarter by booking guaranteed parking in advance. Parking Panda customers are empowered with the ability to search and compare thousands of parking options and prices in more than 40 cities throughout North America. Drivers can easily book a spot ahead of time at parking lots, garages, and valets in their city, or they can reserve on-the-go with the company's award-winning mobile app for iOS and Android. For more information, visit www.parkingpanda.com.
About the San Francisco Bay Area Super Bowl 50 Host Committee
Working in partnership with Bay Area public officials and the NFL, the San Francisco Bay Area Super Bowl 50 Host Committee is responsible for Super Bowl 50 and its celebration elements, including the Super Bowl Village, public exhibits and planning of game day logistics. The Host Committee seeks to make Super Bowl 50 the most giving ever, and is investing in Bay Area community initiatives and high-performing nonprofits through the 50 Fund, its signature philanthropic fund. To be hosted in the state-of-the-art Levi's® Stadium in Santa Clara in 2016, Super Bowl 50 will be celebrated through a series of events that showcase all the Bay Area has to offer. For more information, visit www.sfbaysuperbowl.com.
SOURCE Parking Panda