Roncari Valet

860-627-8201
800-555-6540 (toll free)

About

Roncari’s brand of Safety, Security and Caring.

About RoncariWe are locally owned. That is an important difference between us and the other parking concerns at Bradley. Roncari Valet has been owned and operated by the Roncari Family since 1995. Our name is on the door.

Our friendly service is a family tradition. All our staff know they represent Roncari family values. We offer the best in safety and security because your car is treated like it was one of our own. All services are done with the upmost care.

THE RONCARI DIFFERENCE

  • We are the closest valet parking facility to the Hartford/Springfield Bradley International Airport. No stress parking. No hassle getting to the airport. We get you to your flight faster than any other parking service.
  • Speedy return mobile app Touch N Go
  • StarCard program, a loyalty program that earns free parking and car care services
  • Friendly, efficient staff.
  • Free Baggage Assistance.
  • Car Care Services available for Car Wash, Detailing, and repairs.
  • Free reservations available at our website – www.roncari.com

Safety & Security

  • Completely fenced, paved, and lighted parking area.
  • Security patrolled 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
  • 42 digital cameras constantly survey the entire parking lot.
  • 15 MPH speed limit for Lot Attendants driving your car.
  • Cars fully insured. Keys are never left in cars.
  • Spacious, ADA-compliant shuttle vans.
  • Covered Parking available.
  • Cars warmed and cleared of snow in winter.
  • Courtesy telephones at baggage claim.

 

kelly-alanaTuesday, November 11,2014, Alana Blum, director of the Hartford Jewish Coalition for Literacy, picked up the bin filled with new books collected from October to November, 2014, at Roncari Valet Parking, Windsor Locks. Alana commented, “This is the first time we have had a business collect books for us. Look at all these new books and even some of our favorite authors. These will be delivered to children who never get a new book.” Pictured to right: Kelly Bouchard, Sales Manager, Roncari Valet Parking on left and Alana Blum, Director of the Hartford Jewish Coalition for Literacy.
 
Kelly Bouchard, Roncari Marketing Director, oversaw the daily collection of books in Roncari’s front reception area. The books kept filling up the bin. Kelly offered, “It’s been a very successful endeavor and for such a good cause. Roncari Valet Parking feels that making a difference in a child’s life is a significant accomplishment.” General Manager, Paul Murdock said, “We’ve been working closely with children’s charities over the years, and we feel delighted to have made a book donation to such a worthy cause.”
 
If you missed bringing in your book, just drop it off at our check-in desk, and Roncari will get it to the Hartford Jewish Coalition for Literacy on your behalf. Deb Roncari, owner, commented, “Our Roncari customers are so fantastic and giving. Hundreds came through for us and brought in a new book. We are so grateful. Thanks to all who participated.

 

Hartford Jewish Coalition for Literacy
Paul Murdock, General Manager of Roncari Valet Parking, announced that, starting September 22 and continuing until October 31, Roncari will be a collection site for new children’s books (K – 3rd Grade). The donated books will go to academically at-risk students in Hartford, Bloomfield, Manchester, East Hartford, West Hartford and New Britain. Roncari Valet Parking has been active for many years in supporting children’s charities in the Greater Hartford/Springfield area, including Mary’s Place, a facility that serves the emotional needs of children who experience the loss of a parent. Murdock cites the importance of reading skills as one of the most important building blocks in a child’s life, “If a child falls behind in reading, the chances for academic and economic success are dramatically reduced.”

 


To participate, drop off a book from the recommended list or any age appropriate new book at Roncari’s front kiosk. A collection bin will placed in the Roncari reception area, adjacent to the check-in desk.

For more information on Coalition for Literacy program, read here.