Partnership with ParkWhiz Makes it Easier for Fans to Avoid Traffic and get to Games on Time
JULY 30, 2019, CHARLOTTE, N.C. — The Carolina Panthers are making it easier for their fans to get to the stadium on gameday. Through a partnership with ParkWhiz, an Arrive brand, fans can now find, book and pay for parking in advance of gameday, helping fans get to their seats on time while alleviating traffic and congestion around the venue.
“We are excited to partner with ParkWhiz,” Panthers Vice President & Chief Operating Officer Mark Hart said. “We strive to make gameday an incredible experience for our fans, from the time they leave their front door to the time they return, and ParkWhiz will help us do that. Thanks to this partnership, fans no longer have to worry about where they’ll park on gameday.”
Fans can purchase season parking packages and single game parking on the Carolina Panthers website and app, and via email. With the purchase, they will also have access to GamePlan, the company’s new integration with Waze. GamePlan allows fans to add their event into their Planned Drives in the Waze app and receive a notification alerting them when to depart, along with turn-by-turn directions to the parking lot or garage.
“We know downtown Charlotte can be packed on game day and fans can often waste time finding parking. We’re honored to partner with the Carolina Panthers to help their fans save time and effort, so that they can sit in traffic just a little less and enjoy the game a little bit more,” said Dan Roarty, President and COO of Arrive.
Arrive powers the last mile of connected mobility. The company delivers scalable, friction-free parking experiences through apps, voice and in-dash. Its fully integrated platform makes it easy for companies and brands to offer parking as a solution for drivers, fleets and connected vehicles. Millions of people across North America have access to Arrive-powered parking through the company’s distribution partners, including Amazon, Ford, Avis, Hyundai, Honda, TomTom, Ticketmaster/Live Nation, Groupon, and many others, and its consumer-facing brands, ParkWhiz and BestParking. For more information, visit Arrive.com.
About the Carolina Panthers
The Carolina Panthers became the 29th National Football League franchise on October 26, 1993. The Panthers began play in the 1995 season, winning an expansion-team-record seven games. In 24 seasons, Carolina has won six division titles, including three consecutive NFC South division titles from 2013-15. The Panthers have played in 17 playoff games, winning two NFC Championships and appearing in Super Bowl XXXVIII and Super Bowl 50. The Carolina Panthers are one of just three NFC teams with multiple Super Bowl appearances in the last 16 years. David A. Tepper, the founder and president of global hedge fund Appaloosa Management, L.P. and a well-known philanthropist, is the owner of the Carolina Panthers. Truly representing both Carolinas, the Panthers play their home games at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, N.C., just miles from the North Carolina-South Carolina border. Serving the two-state region is a priority for the team. The Panthers work with over 3,800 community partners, non-profit agencies and schools in the Carolinas each year and are committed to positively impacting the region by providing philanthropic funding, resources and opportunities throughout the Carolinas.