The Lowell Spinners, Class-A Affiliate of the Boston Red Sox, announced today a partnership with Saints Medical to provide complimentary handicapped parking for each Sunday home game at LeLacheur Park during the 2009 season, beginning August 9, and continuing Aug. 23 and 30.
With the increasing level of heat and the challenges associated with handicap parking in the facilities around the park, the program was a logical step for the organization, which prides itself on customer service.
“We recognize the challenges faced by some of our fans on a daily basis,” said Spinners Vice President and General Manager Tim Bawmann. “We want to make everyone’s visit to LeLacheur Park as enjoyable as possible and this is just one added piece of that concept.”
The program is possible through the Spinners partnership with Saints Medical, with Valet Parking handled by Valet Park of America.
Fans wishing to take part in the program will be taken care of on a first-come, first-serve basis. The first 50 fans with registered handicap tags can pull up in front of the main entrance to LeLacheur Park, just forward of the Giant Spinners T-Shirt, where a representative will meet you to take your car, which will be parked in the IPI lot directly across the street.
When you are ready to leave, your car will be brought again to the front of the stadium to complete your Spinners game experience.