Payless Parking Adds 11 Affiliate Markets

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla.-- Payless Parking's new affiliate program recently added 11 markets, including Atlanta, Dallas and Los Angeles. A sister company of Payless Car Rental System, Payless Parking is on pace to meet its goal of servicing the top 50 U.S. airports, the company said.

New affiliate markets include:

Atlanta, Ga. (three locations); Cleveland, Ohio; Dallas and Houston, Texas; Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.; Los Angeles, Oakland, Ontario and San Francisco, Calif.; and Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minn.; and New Orleans, La.

Payless Parking's established markets include Tampa and Orlando, Fla. and St. Louis, Mo.

"An individualized Web page for each market affiliate on PaylessParking.com and a national reservation line with live agent assistance provide customers the convenience of securing parking prior to departure," said Michael Harley, president of Payless Parking. "Next-generation technology, providing online real-time reservation and reporting functions, added customer service and exclusive use of the Payless Parking brand within the market are key benefits in the comprehensive affiliate program."

Payless Parking features 24-hour parking on secure fenced lots with shuttle service to and from the airport. Pricing is substantially lower, often 50% less expensive than terminal parking, noted Harley.

Payless Parking is a subsidiary of Florida-based Avalon Global Group Inc.

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