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Cielo Vista Mall shoppers now have MyPark option

MyPark, the popular Miami-based parking solutions provider that partners with malls, private and public garages and property management companies, announces the launch of its service, Express Parking by MyPark at Cielo Vista Mall.

“As El Paso’s main shopping destination, we are always looking to partner with timely and innovative companies like MyPark to enhance our shoppers’ experience, ” said Shawna Thomson, General Manager of Cielo Vista Mall. “We look forward to adding MyPark to our list of amenities as the holidays approach us, and we are sure it will be appreciated by mall-goers beyond just the holiday season.”

To learn more about MyPark and to download the app, visit usemypark.com.

Officials share that Express Parking by MyPark provides a quick and easy way for shoppers to pick-up, exchange or return an item, or simply reserve the best spots in front of the entrance for a day at the Mall.

Visitors can download the app and reserve a premium parking space just steps away from the mall’s entrances. The space will be reserved by the unique MyPark device which is then lowered by the user by tapping the “let me in” button on their smartphone.

Express Parking by MyPark offers complimentary parking for the first 30 minutes and then just $3 per hour thereafter.

“This much needed solution eliminates the time and effort exerted driving up and down the parking aisles in search of an ideal spot near a desired store or restaurant entrance,” officials added.

The launch will include two designated MyPark sections, with a total number of 10 spaces in key locations within Cielo Vista Mall, including:

  • Section E1, 5 spaces (Near Sears and Johnny Rockets)

  • Section E2, 5 spaces (Near Near JCPenney and Macy’s)

“We are thrilled to be offering MyPark at Cielo Vista Mall. Express Parking will enhance the shopping experience and make it even more enjoyable when arriving to the mall,” said Luis Mayendia, CEO of MyPark. “The satisfaction of an awaiting parking spot and the control over the unique MyPark device, provides the perfect convenience for customers, alleviating their stress and saving time.”

Cielo Vista joins 26 other shopping centers around the U.S., including Mall of America, King of Prussia and Mall of Georgia, that have implemented the unique parking amenity for guests, in which shoppers can reserve a prime parking spot both when and where they need it, directly from their smartphones.

Users can go to the usemypark.com website and click on the links to their respective app stores or download the app directly from the Android or iOS stores (search MYPARK), register and tell the app where and when they would like to park.

Once users arrive at their reserved space, they simply tap “Let Me In” on their iOS or Android device and the unique MyPark reservation device will lower to give them access.

The service will be made available to the public starting on Friday, November 1, 2019.

Hospitals of Providence to Hold Free ‘Strides Against Stroke’ Event Saturday

The Hospitals of Providence will hold Strides Against Stroke, a free health-screening event and walk this Saturday, May 12, 2018, from 7am to 11am at Cielo Vista Mall.

“Strides Against Stroke is a completely free event and a way to help educate the community to know and understand the signs and symptoms of stroke,” said Cristina Ramirez, Stroke Coordinator for The Hospitals of Providence Sierra Campus. “Through health screenings, we are able to assess El Pasoan’s risks for stroke, in hopes to help prevent an event from occurring.”

Stroke is the third leading cause of death in the United States – and a leading cause of disability. In El Paso, many residents are at risk of stroke because of high blood pressure, diabetes and high cholesterol.

The Hospitals of Providence continues to be committed to this cause and remains the “Primary Stroke Center” at Memorial and Sierra Campus.

Hospital officials share, “Every year, close to 800,000 Americans suffer a stroke, of which 80 percent would be preventable with the right education and care. Stroke is a type of cardiovascular disease which affects the arteries leading to the brain and the arteries within the brain. A stroke occurs when a blood vessel that carries oxygen and nutrients to the brain is either blocked by a clot or bursts. When that happens, part of the brain cannot get the blood (and oxygen) it needs, and that part of the brain starts to die.”

The community is invited to come and participate in this free event. Additional activities include education booths, face painting and activities for the kids.

“Education is the best prevention when it comes to stroke,” said Ramirez. “Every second matters and recognizing the signs can save your life.”

Additional Information

It’s important for El Paso residents to know the following warning signs of stroke and teach them to others – because with stroke, every second counts:

  • Sudden numbness or weakness of the face, arm or leg – especially on one side of the body
  • Sudden confusion, trouble speaking or understanding
  • Sudden trouble seeing in one or both eyes
  • Sudden trouble walking, dizziness, loss of balance or coordination
  • Sudden severe headache with no known cause
  • Stroke is a medical emergency – call 911 immediately if you or someone you know experiences symptoms.

Learning to recognize the warning signs of stroke and acting quickly when they occur can mean the difference in surviving a stroke and minimizing long-term disability, or being physically and mentally devastated and dying from stroke.

Event Information

The Hospitals of Providence – Strides Against Stroke  |  Free Health Screening Event and Walk

Saturday, May 12   7am – 11am   Cielo Vista Mall   First floor, near JCPenney

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To RSVP call (844) 367-5656. – Registration is not required but is recommended.  Health screenings will be done on a first come, first-served basis

 

Dreams Come True Princess Parties Hosting ‘To Dress a Princess’ Donation Event

The organizers behind the Dreams Come True Princess Parties are again hosting their ‘To Dress a Princess’ event, with a special dedication.

The campaign, called “To Dress a Princess,” where people donate new toys and princess or superhero clothing is in it’s second year.  This year’s event will be dedicated to Princess Stephanie Herrera who was recently lost, along with her father, in the tragic shooting on November 9, 2017.”

DCTPP officials say that, “We want to give these children who are going through so much and spending the holidays in a hospital bed the Christmas they deserve, filled with joy, hope and magic.”

Once all the gifts are collected, the princesses will personally deliver the gifts to each of the children at the children’s hospitals the week before Christmas.

“We encourage those who are donating toys to also write a special note, such as words of encouragement, to the children at the hospital and then attach it to the donation,” officials added.

The 2nd annual “To Dress a Princess” will run from 1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. at Cielo Vista Mall next to the Build-A-Bear store on the 1st floor.

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