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Our superior parking services often attract media attention, and we’re always eager to share in-house news about our employees and the company’s activities.

Below you’ll find links to stories that provide the latest updates on LAZ Parking, industry insight, and some uplifting announcements that speak to the culture of LAZ Parking.

LAZ Stands Up to Racism in Our Country!


LAZ Parking stands with the Black Lives Matter movement and its global network to bring justice, healing and freedom to black people and all people across our nation and the globe. We stand to demand an end to police brutality and for equal and just treatment of all black people. We stand to help combat racism across the globe and we fight to support electing officials - regardless of political affiliation - who are committed to helping the Black Lives Matter movement to push forward toward justice.

One of our values at LAZ is respect and the founding partners of this company have been practicing respect for people of color for all the years that we have been in business. Jeff Karp, Michael Harth, Mike Kuziak and I believe people should not be judged by the color of their skin but rather the character of their soul. We believe deeply in social justice and equal and fair treatment of all people.

As a people-first company, our mission is to create opportunities for people regardless of race, color, creed, religion, sexual orientation, gender, age, national origin, disability, veteran status,  or any other status protected by law. Achieving social justice and equality for all people are my #1 personal objectives and passions in life. I am honored to be on the National Boards of both the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) as well as the NAACP, two of the greatest Civil Rights organizations in the world and I am committed to leveraging my roles on these boards to drive action that will lead to real, meaningful change.  One very actionable way that we can all be part of promoting fair treatment and equal justice for the black community is to register to vote in the upcoming elections.

Big Virtual Hugs,