Famous, Fast, and Furious by Frank L. Giles

Who has two thumbs and operates a parking deck featured in the new “The Fast and the Furious” movie? This guy, that’s who! That’s right, I’m famous. Well, I run a famous parking deck, anyway.

Spoiler alert: If you haven’t seen it yet, the new “Furious 7” ends with the complete and utter destruction of a large urban parking deck. Not to worry—we have everything put back together now. Filming started before Paul Walker died and for a while there we didn’t know if the movie would make it to theaters at all, but it did. We were honored to be a part of it and a part of such a tribute to Mr. Walker.

The studio was able to do some amazing things with that parking deck, including put it in a totally different city and level it! Not that I’m biased, but I recommend this movie. Parking got one more day in Hollywood. Now, I’m not saying that I should receive an Oscar because one of my facilities was featured in one of the greatest action movie series of all time … it’s enough just to be nominated.

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