The Carolinas Parking Association Board of Directors is accepting nominations to fill upcoming vacancies on the Board. At the end of 2016, one Vendor Representative and two Non-Vendor/Non-Consultant (one from NC and one from SC) positions will become available when three current Directors rotate off the Board.
Members in good standing (i.e. 2015/2016 paid members) are eligible to submit a letter of interest, or to be nominated by another member, for these vacant positions.
Voting notification will be sent to members via email so they may cast their online vote in late August. The newly elected Board members will be introduced at the 2016 Fall Conference and Tradeshow at the Embassy Suites in Greenville, SC.
If you are interested in running for one of these positions, or would like to nominate a current member to serve, please contact Robin Davenport at firstname.lastname@example.org or 336-373-2156 by Friday, August 25. 2016
Meet The Sponsors
Members, Friends and Colleagues:
Welcome to the Carolinas Parking Association! Many thanks to all our members, sponsors, exhibitors and volunteers who help make our annual Conference and Trade Show successful each year. And special thanks to the International Parking Institute (IPI) for their ongoing support.
The Carolinas Parking Association appreciates the organizations that graciously support our mission through generous sponsorships.
“The Carolinas Parking Association is a professional association of parking administrators, practitioners, suppliers, vendors and consultants formed for the purposes of acquiring knowledge; encouraging professional development; providing mutual support, and creating an environment for professional interaction.
Membership is open to government bodies, authorities, colleges, universities, hospitals, airports, corporations, other types of businesses and individuals associated with the parking industry, and to others supporting the organization’s objectives.
The Carolinas Parking Association is affiliated with the International Parking Institute, and seeks to appeal to both the large and small institution, municipality, operator or business person with an interest in both national and regional parking related issues.”
Letter from acting President, Paul Whetzel, CAPP (CPA Vice President – South Carolina)
Dear CPA Members:
I wanted to give the CPA members a brief update on our current Board of Directors (BOD), Annual Conference and other news about the association. Over the past six months, the road for the BOD has been a bumpy one. We have experienced a lot of change. However, with a lot of change also comes great opportunities and growth potential!
As some of you may know, Dan Hofmann (Clemson University) resigned from President of the Carolina Parking Association. The BOD accepted his resignation and we wish Dan the best of luck! This left the association without a President. A few days later, Lynn Sylvia (Vice President of North Carolina) was involved in a serious automobile accident. We wish Lynn all the best during her recovering and we look forward to her return to the BOD.
The BOD needed to fill Dan’s position, so we reached out to Dave Pitts, CPP, Director of Parking and Valet Services at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center. Dave comes to the BOD with a tremendous amount of experience. We are excited that to have Dave part of the team.
Things are beginning to ramp up for the Annual Conference which will be held at the Embassy Suites Greenville Golf Resort & Conference Center in Greenville, SC, on September 28 – 30, 2016. Mark your calendars! An email notification will be sent to CPA members when registration is open.
Another exciting announcement, CPA will be holding an International Parking Institute (IPI) Tactical Communication Training Session in Raleigh, NC, on Thursday, June 23, 2016. The trainer will be Cindy Campbell from IPI. If you attended the Customer Service Class at last years conference, you know this is training opportunity that front line employees should not miss! Details will be sent out shortly.
I would like to thank each CPA member for their continued support and commitment to this Association.
We look forward to seeing everyone in Greenville, SC!
Paul Whetzel, CAPP
Vice President – South Carolina