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What AirportParkingReservations.com Customers are Saying…

Our customers are our #1 priority, so we’re proud they feel the love! Here’s what they have to say about AirportParkingReservations.com:

Michael on Facebook – “Why do you make airport parking so easy? Much easier to use your site than go through all the different lots at the airport…and it is cheaper too!”

@katiesonntag on Twitter – “Totally recommend using @airport_parking! Quick, efficient, and inexpensive. Worth it!”

Rosanne on Facebook – “Awesome rates and service. Definitely recommend to anyone!!! You will not be disappointed!”

@charyssma on Twitter - “@airport_parking is even awesomer with its rewards program! Just got $5 off what is already #cheap parking at DCA!”

Mike on Facebook – “I have used Airport Parking Reservations for over a year now. It is so easy to use and I love the money I save with using them. The rewards program is great.”

@jaspegz on Twitter – “Just found out about this but @airport_parking is so clutch. Definitely going to be using this a lot.”

Sue on Facebook – “They sure live up to their mission!”

Find out what all the praise is about – join Airport Parking Rewards, sign up to get Coupon Codes by email, and reserve today!

If I’m Not a Bigshot, Does My Tweet Matter?

How important do you have to be to have your Tweet matter to Southwest Airlines?

This was the topic of a story on CNN today, after movie director Kevin Smith was booted off a Southwest flight for being too fat.

“Dear @SouthwestAir – I know I’m fat, but was Captain Leysath really justified in throwing me off a flight for which I was already seated?” Smith tweeted at 6:52 p.m.In less than 20 minutes, a Southwest Tweeter came to his rescue, offering him a chance to send a direct message which later led to a $100 voucher for a future trip. But next time, heknows, he’ll have to buy two seats, since his girth exceeds the airlines rules for passengers ‘of size.’

Would a regular Joe have gotten this same attention?Well, maybe say a few Social media experts.JetBlue, for example, has six people monitoring the Twittersphere with their ears to any complaints praise or other comments about their service. “We consider ourselves more of an information booth rather than a customer service counter,” public communications manager Morgan Johnston said.

But Southwest didn’t exactly fix the portly director’s problem, since he still had to get off the plane and fly later.So the next time you get in a jam, reach for your iphone and post a cute Tweet. It might be useful in getting you a voucher, or at least a reply.