Premier Parking Mobile App Pivots During Time of Need

July 21, 2020

During a time that there are so many unknowns, it’s important that we take the time to support the organizations that are going above and beyond making a different in our communities. Premier has partnered with United Way of Greater Nashville to raise money for COVID-19 Relief Fund to gather assistance for those who were affected by the outbreak and devastating March 3rd tornados in Nashville – the home and birthplace of Premier Parking.

“It has been an extremely challenging few weeks for our community as we recover from the Nashville tornadoes, while also dealing with the spread of COVID-19 and the overwhelming impact that it has had on our business. During a time where we are uncertain of the future of our company, we are feeling thankful that we can use our mobile app, with the support of our partner, ParkMobile, to help raise funds for these organizations that are doing great work to support Nashville and other communities we serve,” said Lisa Sprouse, Premier’s Chief Marketing Officer.

COVID-19 Community Response and Recovery Fund
Premier has partnered with ParkMobile to raise money for the United Way COVID-19 Response Fund. People can easily make donations to the fund through either the Premier Parking app or the ParkMobile app. To donate, open the app, search for zone number 28200 and select your donation amount ($1, $5, $10, $20 or $50). 100% of the proceeds will go directly to United Way’s COVID-19 Response Fund and ParkMobile has graciously agreed to match a portion of the donation proceeds.

Housed at United Way and chaired by former Senator Dr. Bill Frist, founder of NashvilleHealth, the COVID-19 Response Fund supports nonprofit agencies that are helping individuals and families impacted economically by the coronavirus outbreak.

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