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Pier Diary, May 23: Valets racing to park cars

With residents and visitors flocking to the Pier before it closes, one business is doing more running.

The valets have been hopping as more people use the service to park cars. Most people are telling the valets they want to go inside the inverted pyramid one final time before it closes May 31.

"We've had to double our staff," Joe Mishall said, laughing. "We went from one to two."

Pier Diary, May 23: Valets racing to park cars 05/24/13 [Last modified: Friday, May 24, 2013 10:11am]
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