Introducing Charley DeBow, VP of Business Development, Eastern US


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Premium Continues to Grow Leadership Team to Include ‘Pay by Plate’ Technology Innovator

New Orleans, LA – May 16, 2018 – Premium Parking today announced the addition of Charley DeBow to its executive leadership team as VP Business Development. Charley will work with Premium’s operational team to provide innovative integrated management solutions for private and public-sector clients in the Eastern United States. Charley will be based out of Philadelphia and Premium’s corporate headquarters in New Orleans.

Charley is a parking industry visionary. He’s excelled by being among the first adopters to combine technology across multiple hardware and software partners to create a seamless, superior customer experience for his clients and parkers. Now, utilizing Premium’s web-based software stack, we’re well positioned to provide industry-leading solutions at a much lower cost.
— Ben Montgomery, President

Premium Parking is a leading parking management and technology company managing more than 24,000 parking spaces across commercial, hotel, mixed-use, retail, and residential developments throughout the U.S. Premium has continuously expanded their portfolio of clients and helped them increase revenue by providing best-in-class customer experience, integrated with a focused operational strategy and a state-of-the-art technology platform for groups, subscriptions, permit management, reservations and mobile payment.


DeBow most recently served as SVP Sales & Account Management at Parkmobile where he grew the provider’s footprint in major metros including New York City, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh and many others across the U.S. Prior to joining Parkmobile, DeBow was Director of Municipal Parking for the Borough of State College, managing both the on-street and off-street operations. Here he architected the first license plate enabled parking ecosystem. He is a Board Member of the Pennsylvania Parking Association as well as a member of the IPI Technology Committee. He graduated from Pennsylvania State University with a B.A. in Administration of Justice.