Parking Panda partners with San Francisco Bay Area Super Bowl 50 Host Committee 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.
Parking Panda signs deal with Baltimore Ravens “Other than the [Atlanta] Falcons, this is our first [NFL] team and one that we’re excited about,” said Parking Panda Marketing Director Mark McTamney. “We’re always actively pursuing sports partnerships. We expect to definitely have some more exciting news closer to football season.”
Parking Panda signs deal with MLB Advanced Media Parking in area lots is a key piece of the overall fan experience, and one that usually flies under the radar. So now that Opening Day has arrived, let's include a new player named Parking Panda in the introductions. It is about to emerge in conjunction with MLB.com as a game-changer.