Canopy Partners With Silvercar
Vancouver, B.C., July 23, 2014 - Parkit Enterprise Inc. (TSX-V:PKT; OTCMKTS:PKTEF) – is pleased to announce that the Canopy Airport Parking Facility (“Canopy”) has partnered with Silvercar, the all-Audi airport car rental service. Canopy will host Silvercar’s Denver-based rental fleet which begins taking reservations for Denver International Airport (“DIA”) today.
Silvercar is offering a competitive $59/day introductory rate for a fully-loaded Audi at DIA.
DIA is ranked the fifth busiest airport in the US. Silvercar currently operates out of Los Angeles International (LAX), San Francisco International (SFO), Dallas Fort-Worth International (DFW), Dallas Love-Field (DAL), Austin-Bergstrom International (AUS), Phoenix Sky Harbor International (PHX) and Miami International (MIA). V
The relationship with Silvercar is expected to result in an increase to Canopy’s bottom line and provides for exciting cross-marketing opportunities.
To learn more about Silvercar or to make a reservation, visit silvercar.com or download the Silvercar app.
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Parkit Enterprise Inc. is a listed private equity real estate company that acquires and aggregates income-producing real estate in the parking sector.
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