Since our launch in April, we are amazed each day with how many violation reports are being submitted.
The 50+ cities that we’re working with love the activity all around the world…but each city really wants to know how Parking Mobility is being used in their community.
Some of you have asked if it’s worth reporting violations in your city if it hasn’t yet adopted Parking Mobility. Absolutely! In fact, it’s just as important as reporting violations in cities who have signed up. It demonstrates to your city government that disabled parking abuse is a huge problem affecting its citizens every single day … and that citizen use of Parking Mobility is the solution.
iCare Summer Contest
For the next 3 months (until September 15th) we will give 5 iPad 2′s to users in any city which reports at least 1,000 disabled parking violations. As with all violation reports, they will be shared with the city for enforcement.
You will receive one entry in your city’s drawing for every violation you report, which boosts your odds of winning — if you report 100 violations, you’ll have a 1-in-10 chance at your city’s 5 iPad 2′s! More details will be provided on the website. For example, we will be combining closely neighboring towns into one drawing.
Plus, any city which reports 1,000 violations by August 1st will receive 10 iPad 2′s!
Get the Word Out!
We want you to get creative with motivating your community to participate. For example, contact charities, hospitals and other organizations in your city to tell them how Parking Mobility can generate fundraising for them once adopted by your city — and it’s in their best interest to win this contest! These organizations should encourage their employees, volunteers and friends to report violation.
Social media is another great way to encourage reporting. Linking your Facebook/Twitter accounts to post & tweet when you report a violation is a great way of promoting Parking Mobility. We also have an online forum allowing you to ask us questions and share ideas with other users. We want to give away a lot of iPads!
We’re always here to help. Let’s show your city that working together we can make a difference by creating a more accessible community for everyone.
Campbell & Craig
P.S. Not in a big city?…
Every town is important, and so we want to make the contest fair for all communities. If you live in a smaller community of less than 50,000 people and think submitting 250 reports is more achievable, let us know!