Pablo Center Expands Complimentary Valet Service
(EAU CLAIRE, WIS.) In order to increase access to the arts for the region, Pablo Center at the Confluence is excited to announce the expansion of its valet services to all who need it effective immediately. Valet parking services, which have been previously complimentary for anyone with an ADA event ticket, have been expanded to any patron with limited mobility or disability, regardless of Pablo Center ticket classification.
Executive Director Jason Jon Anderson says, "Art should be accessible to everyone and access to our building is paramount. After a year of operational success, the ability to ensure all guests have a tremendous customer experience with us continues to be a mainstay of our focus, which is reinforced by year two’s focus around Possibilities, Access, and Partnerships. It gives me great joy that we are able to expand our services to include complimentary valet service to our guests."
Pablo Center at the Confluence offers valet service through a partnership with Priority Valet of Eau Claire for $10. Valet starts one hour prior to each performance with drop off vehicles at the corner of Graham Ave. and Gibson St. There are also two ADA parking spaces on Eau Claire St., adjacent to the main entrance of the building.
The new valet parking policy will be in effect for the start of Pablo Center’s Season Two, the season of Endless Possibilities. The second season’s opening weekend will begin Thursday, Sept. 26 with Cirque Mechanics’ 42ft - A Menagerie of Mechanical Marvels, an innovative mechanical interpretation of the traditional, big top circus, and followed by Michael Perry and the Long Beds on Friday, Sept. 27 at 7:30 p.m.