July 27, 2012
BWI Fast Parks Updates
If you are planning a trip from BWI over the next few months, you will notice some exciting changes at both of our Airport Fast Park locations including a new entrance canopy, a 100% eco-friendly Sprinter shuttle fleet, updated entrance/exit equipment, and a new look as we Go GREEN.
Beginning the first week of October, the Blue lot will be rebranded to our new Fast Park & Relax, and shortly thereafter, the Red Lot will rebrand to Fast Park 2. Both brands feature a sleek green and black design complete with updated signage, new employee uniforms and a new look for our buses.
The first step of the rebranding process will be the installation of new entrance canopies and entrance/exit equipment. As these tasks begin, rest assured that we are prepared to accommodate your parking needs and will do everything possible to minimize customer impact. Please help us by having your membership card ready at the entrance.
Relax for Rewards
Customers currently enrolled in the Airport Fast Park Frequent Parker program will automatically be transitioned to the Relax for Rewards program. Your membership account will remain the same and will not require any special action on your part. In addition, your existing membership card will continue to work at both locations indefinitely.
Visit our BWI Fast Park & Relax (Blue Lot) brand or our BWI Fast Park2 (Red Lot) brand for directions to each lot.
About Fast Park
The Fast Park family of airport parking solutions is headquartered in Cincinnati, Ohio. There are 16 Fast Park facilities in 12 markets throughout the country. Fast Park brands include Fast Park & Relax, Fast Park 2, Airport Fast Park, and Park Place. Fast Park companies provide customer service focused airport parking, 24 hours per day, seven days per week, with instant shuttle service transporting travelers from their parking spot to their terminal. Facilities are located in Albuquerque, New Mexico; Austin, Texas; Baltimore, Maryland; Cincinnati, Ohio; Cleveland, Ohio; Houston, Texas; Memphis, Tennessee; Miami, Florida; Milwaukee, Wisconsin; Orlando, Florida; Raleigh, North Carolina; and Tucson, Arizona.