EasyPark launches loyalty program
(VANCOUVER, June 2, 2014) From its natural beauty to internationally-known attractions, Metro Vancouver is filled with recreational and cultural opportunities. Now, these attractions are becoming more accessible, thanks to a special offer for EasyPark customers.
Enter EasyPerks, a program for monthly parking customers, providing discounts on a wide range of attractions, including dining, services, entertainment and leisure activities. Customers and their families, friends and out-of-town visitors can save money on admissions and recieve other benefits, simply by presenting their EasyPerkscard.
“This is a loyalty program in reverse,” says EasyPark CEO Nigel Bullers. “People who pay for monthly parking are already showing their loyalty to us: this lets us show our loyalty to them. Plus, businesses that partner with us are able to reach literally thousands more people.”
More than validating a parking receipt, EasyPerks is an added value for customers in that they don’t need to arrive in their car in order to get discounts, and when others join them, the savings can add up over time.
“We manage parking facilities for some of British Columbia’s largest private property management companies, and this program is a great way to help those business partners we work with by providing a meaningful value added service for thier monthly parkers” say EasyParkDirector of Operations Sandra Gee. “This program also compliments programs like our EasyPark app, and EasyPark Flexpass, all intended to enhance the parking experience for our customers.”
EasyPerks can encourage Metro Vancouverites to discover attractions in their own town that they may not have considered, such as the Vancouver Police Museum, the Vancouver Maritime Museum, Science World, Bard on the Beach, the Vancouver Art Gallery and Harbour Air.
Learn more about EasyPerks.
Founded in 1947, EasyPark has one mission: “make parking easy”. Our mandate is to provide safe, convenient and affordable parking. EasyPark currently operates 59 parking facilities in Vancouver and British Columbia under the EasyPark brand. In 2011 EasyPark launched the first Mobile Parking App
for the Apple and android markets in order to “Make Parking Easier” and in late 2013, the EasyPark FlexPass
made its début, allowing people who only drive occasionally to park at a discount over the regular hourly rate.