What You'll Get
If the game Monopoly taught us anything, it's that owning a car is a responsibility equal to that of owning a dog (or a thimble) and that free parking is something that happens to other people. Pass go with today's Groupon: for $11, you get three days of parking, including tax and fuel surcharge, at Fort Myers Airport from Executive Valet Parking (up to a $34.41 value).
Executive Valet Parking's valets ferry fliers directly to and from the airport and baby-sits their rides while they're away. When patrons arrive, a complimentary valet service will whisk their cars to a warm, comfortable parking space, safe from any tow-truck or car-compacting predators. Free shuttles depart as soon as customers are ready to go, and the friendly drivers quickly assist patrons in hauling their baggage, leaving plenty of time for a joy ride on the luggage carousel. A video-surveillance system keeps a watchful eye on autos apt to abscond while their owners satisfy their wanderlust. Though not included in today's Groupon, customers can request a Deluxe exterior wash ($14.95) for a soiled sedan, and additional parking will be granted for $8.99 per day.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Feb 22, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Executive Valet Parking
After drivers pull up to Executive Valet Parking and hand over the car keys, they can hop on a shuttle bound for Fort Myers International Airport. Rather than waiting for the vehicle to fill up, shuttle drivers depart shortly after the first passengers take their seats. And on arrival, they assist passengers with any necessary luggage maneuvering. As the shuttle makes its rounds, valets park cars in their temporary spaces, where they can slumber peacefully beneath the watchful gaze of up-to-date video surveillance. If desired, technicians can also perform car-care services while owners are off enjoying their travels.