Technical Difficulties Marr Home Opener for Brewers

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

The Brewers’ home opener on Tuesday was marred by technical difficulties with their new license plate recognition technology. Some fans reported issues activating their parking pass due to a server problem, prompting the Brewers President of Business Operations, Rick Schlesinger, to address the situation during the game. Schlesinger assured fans that they would not be cited for parking that night and promised to revert back to the previous year’s method of scanning fans if the system continued to have issues.

Schlesinger also apologized for the inconvenience caused by the technical difficulties. Meanwhile, Interstate Parking, the vendor responsible for the technology, released a statement explaining that connectivity issues were due to a configuration problem with their app, not the fault of the Brewers or MLB Ballpark App. Interstate Parking is working quickly to correct the issue so that fans can use the new technology smoothly.

In response to these technical difficulties, starting with the next game, fans will revert back to traditional parking methods where cashiers will scan prepaid passes and accept day-of-game payments upon arrival. This change is temporary until Interstate Parking resolves its issues with their license plate recognition technology. Despite this setback, Interstate Parking emphasized in their statement that no parking violations were issued during the home opener and again apologized for any inconvenience experienced by fans.

The Brewers’ home opener on Tuesday was marred by technical difficulties with their new license plate recognition technology. Some fans reported issues activating their parking pass due to a server problem, prompting the Brewers President of Business Operations, Rick Schlesinger, to address the situation during the game. Schlesinger assured fans that they would not be…

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