Vancouver Mall Parking – The VIP experience

OK, so this one is a little off-topic, but I thought it would be a good tip for those of you who are like me and don’t like trolling for parking spaces at Vancouver Mall (aka Westfield Shopping Town) in Vancouver, WA.

Here’s what I do: First, I buy my tires at the Sears service center there. (I know, it’s a high price to pay for a parking spot unless you need new tires.) Once I have tires from Sears, every time I go to the mall, I park in the Sears service center lot, which is on the South side of the mall on the Southeast side of Sears, go into the service center and ask to have my tires rotated and then stroll into the mall. When I’m done, my tires are rotated, a friendly Sears associate greets me with my keys and I have a parking spot that is steps away from the entrance to the food court. I didn’t say it was particularly convenient, but it does fall under multi-tasking, right? And try to get your tires rotated by the valet at a fancy restaurant in Portland.

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  1. Yeah, a valid point, I suppose. My cicnnaoal argument against is “10,000 years”. Humankind has managed to deal without them for 10,000 years, so my default position is that we don’t really need them that much. That goes for a lot of things, not just cell phones, of course. I certainly don’t have any qualms about carrying one where there’s a need, but if there’s not

    Josue | Dec 20, 2015 | Reply

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