Brewers’ Home Opener: Parking Pass Glitch Leaves Fans Frustrated, Vendor Apologizes

Traditional Parking Method Reinstated at AmFam Field Until New Technology Issues Are Addressed

During the Brewers’ home opener on Tuesday, some fans faced difficulties in activating their parking pass due to a server problem. As a result, they had to be scanned in manually at the game. Rick Schlesinger, the Brewers President of Business Operations, addressed the situation during the game and assured fans that they would not be cited for parking that night.

He also apologized to fans for the inconvenience caused by the technical difficulties. Schlesinger stated that if the system continued to have issues, they would revert back to the previous year’s method of scanning fans. The vendor responsible for the technology, Interstate Parking, released a statement explaining that the connectivity issues were due to a configuration problem with their app and not because of any fault on behalf of the Brewers or MLB Ballpark App.

Interstate Parking is currently working to fix this issue as soon as possible so that fans can use the new technology smoothly. Starting with the next game, cashiers will once again revert back to traditional parking methods where prepaid passes will be scanned and day-of-game payments accepted upon arrival. This temporary change will continue until all technical issues are resolved. Interstate Parking again apologized for any inconvenience caused but emphasized that no parking violations were issued during this home opener event.

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