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Impark Will Eat Your Parking Ticket In Return For A New Toy – Limited Time Offer

For just four hours on Nov. 24 (Thursday) between 7 am and 11 am you can visit a local Salvation Army office and trade a new, unused and unwrapped toy for having an unpaid ticket tossed out.

Got more than one unpaid parking ticket? Bring as many toys as you have tickets and they will all be waived.

You must bring a copy of your ticket and a statement or your license plate number to ensure your account will be credited.

All the toys — specifically puzzles, DVDs, Books, CDs and gift cards — will be given to needy kids through the Salvation Army’s Christmas Relief efforts.

The deal is available in Vancouver, Kelowna, Kamloops and Prince George.

In Vancouver donations are being accepted Thursday at the Salvation Army’s Belkin House at 555 Homer Street between Dunsmuir and Pender Streets from 7 am to 11 am.

Each year in B.C. the Salvation Army provides one million meals for the hungry and 200,750 shelter nights for the homeless.

Impark operates more than 2,000 parking lots with over 425,000 parking spaces in Canada and the U.S.


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