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Premier Parking and the Nashville Predators Offer Free Parking to Preds Fans on March 20

by Press Release / Nashville Predators
Nashville, Tenn. (March 18, 2010) – On Saturday, March 20 more than 1,300 Predators fans will have the opportunity to park for free courtesy of Premier Parking, the Nashville Predators and downtown property owners. Premier Parking of Tennessee, LLC will be offering Nashville Predators fans free parking for the Nashville Predators game on March 20 vs. the Columbus Blue Jackets.

The free parking will be offered at the Pinnacle at Symphony Place Garage, where there will be 787 spaces available. In addition to the Pinnacle at Symphony building, there will be an additional six surface parking lots on Second Avenue, between Korean Veterans Boulevard and the Shelby Street Pedestrian Bridge. These additional lots will bring the total number of free available parking spots to 1,320 for use by Predators fans on Saturday, March 20.

“We recognize that parking has been a challenge,” Nashville Predators President of Business Operations, Ed Lang said. “By partnering with Premier Parking, we’re able to help our fans for a night with this incredible offer of free parking. Thanks to Premier Parking and the local downtown property owners for helping to make this happen.”

Construction of the Music City Convention Center has eliminated more than 1,000 parking spaces that previously accommodated Predator’s fans. This opportunity will help Preds fans become more familiar with Premier Parking and the alternative parking options available.

“We are thrilled to have the opportunity to introduce fans to over 1,300 parking spaces on Second Avenue, including the newly opened Pinnacle at Symphony Place Garage," President of Premier Parking, Ryan Chapman said. "We thank our partners Barry Real Estate Companies, Nashville Commercial, C.B. Ragland Company, and the May Family for assisting us in providing this opportunity to Predators fans.”

Premier Parking and the Nashville Predators encourage fans to enter downtown using the Second Avenue exit (210 C) on Interstate 40. As fans continue down Second Avenue South, they will have their choice of several FREE Premier Parking locations.

About Premier Parking of Tennessee, LLC
Founded in 2001 by developer Tony Giarratana and led by co-owner and president, Ryan Chapman, Premier Parking is the second largest provider of parking management services in Nashville. Premier Parking’s current portfolio includes 40 prime locations consisting of over 9,200 parking spaces.

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