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By Euro Weekly News Friday, 06 November 2015 13:48 0
PARK & GO: A new mobile app makes using their services even easier PARK & GO: A new mobile app makes using their services even easier

PARK AND GO is synonymous with professional, personalised customer service at its best.

Based at Alicante-Elche airport, the company offers a first class service for people wanting secure premises to leave their vehicle whilst going on holiday or returning to their home country. Regular customers can enjoy a 5 per cent discount on the annual pass with this advertorial with a year’s parking costing a discounted €228. This offer includes 15 transfers, shuttle service and free car wash. The offers are just another way that Park and Go looks after their clients, offering them the best service at the best price possible.

The company carefully considers all the individual needs of each client and, with many being repeat and return customers, their details are logged and stored so that friendly service becomes a familiar one. Ilde Casanova, who has years of experience in the field, said: “I always say ‘we work with vehicles, but deal with people; everyone by their name,’ and we pride ourselves on offering that personalised and friendly service.” The requirements of each and every customer are taken care of. If leaving your vehicle for a longer period Ilde and the team can carry out an ITV test and mechanical checks and a full valet service so when you arrive it is like driving off in a new car.

For any stay over five days, all customers receive a free automatic car wash and the company, unlike many others, are happy for you to keep your car key so you have complete peace of mind and knowledge that your car will be secure at the facility where you left it. Further committing themselves to customers’ preferences they have gone mobile and launched an app making it even easier for people to Park and Go.

By downloading the app customers can do everything via their smart phone from booking to getting through the centre’s security barriers to park, and it allows Park and Go to quickly update customers with any news and information. Park and Go are the only airport parking company to offer this service, bringing them to the forefront of the industry. As the chosen parking for Ryanair customers they have over 1,000 outdoor spaces and more than 100 covered lots with indoor parking also available with a full security system. A network of minibuses is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, so there is never any waiting for your shuttle transfer to the airport terminal, which is just minutes down the road.

So for service and treatment unlike any other, Park and Go is the name you can trust. Call now for further information and visit the website to view a video of how to arrive. Park and Go, Alicante-Elche airport Tel: 965 685 712 or 606 684 683 Visit Email [email protected]

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