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  • Citizens Parking Invests in the Professional Development of its Management Personnel

    Posted on Dec 07, 2018

    CITIZENS PARKING INVESTS IN THE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT OF ITS REGIONAL & FIELD-LEVEL MANAGEMENT PERSONNEL THROUGH NPA’s CERTIFIED PARKING PROFESSIONAL (CPP) PROGRAM ATLANTA – DECEMBER 7th, 2018 Citizens Parking is pleased to announce that 35 of its regional and field managers, including 25 municipal program managers, recently completed the Certified Parking Professional (CPP) program through the National Parking Association (NPA). The Certified Parking Professional (CPP) program is one of the leading credentials in the parking industry. We are proud to share that we lead the nation in ...

  • Citizens Insider: Kenneth Sykes

    Posted on Dec 06, 2018

    We are proud to recognize Greenville Memorial Hospital Valet Attendant Ken Sykes. Ken recently assisted in saving a life after a car with a non-responsive patient arrived at the valet stand. He immediately notified security, as well as the rapid response team, and the patient was able to be revived. Thank you, Ken, for your quick thinking. We are proud to have you on our team! About Ken Inspired by his love for cars and driving, Ken joined the Greenville Memorial Hospital valet team six months ago. In this role, he enjoys working with patients and visitors to ensure their visits are as c...

  • Sweating the Details

    Posted on Dec 04, 2018

    With more than 30 years of experience in the hospitality industry, I’ve learned that lessons in service and leadership can come at the most unexpected times. The story below has had a profound impact on me throughout my career. Even today, as I sit on a plane headed to what I am confident will be another successful transition with a new client, I am reminded of this first-hand account of the value of commitment to excellence. To set the scene, it’s 1995. I’m in my late 20’s and sitting in front of Tom, a senior executive with a high-growth hotel ownership/management company. And I’m swea...

  • Citizens Insider: Carlene Wright

    Posted on Nov 27, 2018

    Carlene Wright joined our accounting team in June of this year. New to both Lanier and Atlanta, she has spent the last six months learning about the culture of our company and our home-city! As a Revenue Accountant, Carlene works hard to complete month end tasks as she plans and analyzes data to get her responsibilities executed efficiently. From learning the accounting system used in the office to consistently producing great results from her work, Carlene has proven herself to be an incredibly valuable new addition to our team. Supervisor Joseph Lau says, “Carlene is both bright and ta...

  • Citizens Insider: Allan Poe

    Posted on Nov 20, 2018

    If you park at Church Avenue Garage, you’ll quickly recognize Allan Poe. In case you haven't met him, let us introduce you. Allan has been with PARK Roanoke for the past two and a half years and says he can’t imagine doing anything else. He comes to PARK Roanoke from a career in the military and police force. He served in the Vietnam War in the Navy where he worked out of the Far East, Hong Kong, Philippines, France, Italy, and Spain. Afterwards, he worked as a police officer in Norfolk, Radford, and in narcotics work, and was even once shot in the line of duty. Later, he became a Magistr...

  • Winning Through Service

    Posted on Nov 14, 2018

    Winning Through Service Throughout my nearly two decades of work with AmeriPark, I’ve often been asked the question, “How do you stay so long with the same company?” While many answers to this question come to mind regarding the people I work with and the opportunities within our organization, I believe that the most important reason is that my personal values and beliefs closely align with that of our company. From a young age, I was taught that giving back when you’ve been blessed with so much is not just the right thing to do—it’s the only thing to do. Beyond Parking Management In the...

  • Driving Success: Ecco Buckhead

    Posted on Nov 09, 2018

    We are RISING UP in the Atlanta market! AmeriPark is proud to announce our latest win, Ecco Buckhead at Phipps Plaza. At Ecco, we will be providing valet services to restaurant customers. With this win, we enhance our footprint in the area, building on our current local relationships with the AC Hotel, Phipps Plaza, and Lenox Square Mall. We are excited to continue to be a part of the booming Buckhead neighborhood and we are proud to partner with a successful and well known restaurant. Congratulations, AmeriPark! #love2park

  • Citizens Insider: Maria Moncebate

    Posted on Nov 06, 2018

    From her start as a Valet Attendant at Aventura Mall, Maria Moncebate has moved up the ranks, all the way to her current role as Territory Manager. In the 18 years she has been with Park 1, Maria finds that her favorite aspect of her job is working with so many different people from different backgrounds. She also likes being able to grow her hospitality and customer service skills, as well as grow within the company.  Maria is proud of the accomplishments she made in her 17 years operating Mystic Point 600. She is also proud to have recently been a part of the opening of a new operation...

  • Driving Success: 70 South Lake

    Posted on Nov 05, 2018

    We’re expanding! AmeriPark is happy to announce our newest win, 70 South Lake. The property is a Class A boutique office building in Pasadena, California, located in the midst of prestigious financial, technology, and education institutions. 70 South Lake features a modern and refreshed appeal and provides panoramic views of Los Angeles, the Tri-Cities, and the San Gabriel Mountains. The addition of this self-park garage expands our California footprint and extends our relationship with Steelwave, the property owner. We are excited to begin operations! Congratulations, AmeriPark!  #love2...

  • Citizens Insider: Mark Tagami

    Posted on Oct 30, 2018

    Orlando Territory Manager Mark Tagami has been a long-time employee of Lanier Parking. In 2011, following the NBA lockout, Mark attended a job fair at the Amway Center, where he was hired and began his career as an Event Flagger for Orlando Magic games. The flexibility of Lanier’s schedule seemed perfect to him as he was a full-time college student and was looking to work around his school hours. Seven years and several promotions later, Mark finds that the best part of working for Lanier is facing unique challenges every day that must be met with unique solutions. As he says, “There is ...