Towne Park is proud to congratulate our partner, Denver’s The Oxford Hotel, for being featured in the Condé Nast Traveler’s Gold List 2013 as one of the “World’s Best Places to Stay.”  The elegant historic property is the only hotel in Denver to receive this honor. In celebration, the Oxford has introduced the Oxford Gold Package.  Starting at $500 per night, the package includes:

a href="https://townepark.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/12/hilton-concord.jpg">Towne Park would like to congratulate our partner, the Hilton Concord, for earning the Hilton Blue Energy | Most Improved Award for American hotels with under 500 rooms! The hotel’s superb improvements in both guest satisfaction and Blue Energy Committee results were significant in the...

caption id="attachment_845" align="alignright" width="140" caption="Todd Cline"][/caption] VP Business Development Todd Cline has written another article for the Hotel Business Review! This time, Todd examines the importance of setting and reaching strategic goals – none more important than making a great first impression to your guests –...

[caption id="attachment_854" align="alignright" width="150"] Head Coach Dashan Sanders with the Towne Park Valet Olympic Team[/caption] After several months of practice and preparation, Towne Park’s Valet Olympic Team traveled South to Hollywood, Florida to compete in the 2012 Herb Citrin Valet Olympics - held in conjunction with the National Parking Association 2012 Convention - in hopes of duplicating their triumphant 2011 Valet Olympics performance, in which Towne Park was awarded the Gold Medal in both Valet Team and Individual competition (Edgar Islas, Assistant Account Manager at the Renaissance Montura, was named Best Valet in the United States). Would 2012 bring a repeat showing?

[caption id="attachment_945" align="alignright" width="150"] Jeremy Tolley[/caption] Towne Park is well known across the hospitality and parking industries for the ability to attract, hire and retain great people. This expertise is now featured in a new Aspatore-Thomson Reuters publication titled Implementing a Successful Recruitment Strategy: Leading HR...

ANNAPOLIS, Md. October 11, 2012 – Towne Park, America’s premier provider of valet parking, parking management and hospitality staffing solutions, announced it has been named to the 2012 Inc. 500|5000 List for the fifth time since the List’s inception in 2007, earning a place on the prestigious Inc. 5000 Honor Roll. The 2012 Inc. 500|5000 is ranked according to percentage revenue growth when comparing 2008 to 2011. Over that time, Towne Park has experienced 107% revenue growth to land at #2341 on the List. Additionally, Towne Park was designated as the 68th Top Human Resources Company and the 33rd Top Company in the Baltimore Metro Area who appear on the Inc. 500|5000 List. The comprehensive Towne Park 2012 Inc. 500|5000 listing can be viewed here.
“It’s an honor for Towne Park to appear on such an influential list alongside such entrepreneurial luminaries for the fifth time since 2007. Of course, we couldn’t have accomplished such a feat without the efforts of our exceptional associates around the country,” said Founder & CEO Jerry South.

From our executive committee to the valet associates retrieving your vehicles, Towne Park has utilized FranklinCovey’s “Four Disciplines of Execution” methodology over the last several years to accomplish the wildly important projects, tasks and initiatives required to effectively manage parking operations at over 400 properties nationwide.  Our success with “4DX” has us featured in FranklinCovey’s The 4 Disciplines of Execution: Achieving Your Wildly Important Goals by Chris McChesney Sean Covey and Jim Huling, a Wall Street Journal #1 Business Best Seller. Author Chris McChesney has often praised Towne Park for our dedication to the 4DX system: “I get asked all the time, ‘Who’s good at the Franklin Covey execution methodology?  Who do you recommend, who do you hold up?’  I have a list of favorites but the first thing I always say is ‘Do you know Towne Park?’  They’re as good as anybody on the planet in terms of taking a strategy in terms of engaging people and making it work.”

[caption id="attachment_699" align="alignright" width="140"] Todd Cline[/caption] Todd Cline, Vice President of Business Development, wrote an article for the Hotel Business Review entitled "The Subtle Ambassadors: How an Effective Front-of-House Service Builds Your Reputation." Cline discusses the effect a hotel's online reputation can have on their business and...