Off Site Airport
Colonial Airport Parking
Dallas, January 2011 – A number of Dallas-area hotels and the Dallas Fort Worth International Airport operate valet with Automated Valet technology and they are preparing for this week’s huge influx of football fans.
Automated Valet Founder and CEO Ken Gulec says his technical support crew is always ready to offer assistance and this week will be no exception. All the hotels and the airport valet service that use Automated Valet’s operating system, AVPM, can be sure their technology will be online at all times. “Any break in service is unacceptable but we realize how important steady technological back-up is during a high-volume week like this one,” he says. “Thousands of people will be pouring into the Dallas area and many of those travelers will interact with our clients using our system. We will make sure everything operates smoothly with no glitches to add stress to the situation.”
Parking Concepts, Inc. (PCI) operates valet parking at the airport and will be prepared to serve the needs of game-bound travelers. Some DFW Airport staff will be dressed in black and white striped referee shirts to be easily identified by visitors who need information or directions.
Several AVPM applications are especially important when major events occur. Easy rate setting, automatic staff scheduling, and ticket inventory procedures can be conducted well in advance of any single occasion. Automated Valet clients can run these applications at any time to prepare for a weekend as important as this one.
“I’m sure everybody involved at the locations where our technology is used is looking forward to meeting the challenges of this huge event,” Gulec says. “Knowing they have a great operating system must be good for confidence.” Gulec says it is exciting to be involved in the biggest football game of the year even if it is only from a distance. “We have absolute confidence in AVPM and we are eager to hear feedback from our clients about how their valet operation handles the big game,” Gulec says. “And may the best team win.”