March 6, 2015
CurbStand has one mission to help ailing drivers who desperately search for parking: provide a valet parking network for consumers and operators that offers interactivity, mobile payments, and on-demand services. Founded in 2013 by Owen De Vries, Moncef Abbou, and Nicole Duncan, they made their initial market-entrance in Los Angeles.
However, the team recently announced that they’ll be expanding their service offerings to Denver and will operate at 16 different locations in the Mile High City.
“CurbStand is committed to growing our Denver network and we are investing in local resources so we can offer our on-demand services to all the major restaurants and establishments across the city,” says Serge Gojkovich, CEO. “We look forward to expanding our Denver operations and broadening our reach as we continue to attract businesses interested in forming partnerships that will enhance consumers’ parking experience. This is just the beginning for CurbStand in Denver.”
As it stands, Gojkovich and his team are planning to expand to 50 different locations over the course of the next four months. Some of their current locations include Larkspur, voted best large party site in Vail; Crazy Mountain Brewery; Linger and Sarto’s Italian Restaurant; and retail venues like the Flatiron Crossing.
CurbStand also recently unveiled a brand-new consumer app with on-demand features that allow drivers to request their car among other enhancements. Additionally, they launched a companion app designed exclusively for valet operators to communicate directly with their customers and deliver the ultimate valet experience.
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