(1) “Pay-to-park service” means a business that provides a place to park the motor vehicles of patrons of
a public accommodation in a garage, lot, or other facility for a fee.
(2) “Public accommodation” means any:
(A) inn, hotel, or motel;
(B) restaurant, cafeteria, or other facility principally engaged in selling food for
consumption on the premises;
(C) bar, nightclub, or other facility engaged in selling alcoholic beverages for consumption
on the premises;
(D) motion picture house, theater, concert hall, stadium, or other place of exhibition
or entertainment; or
(E) other facility used by or open to members of the public.
(3) “Valet parking service” means a parking service through which the motor vehicles of patrons of a public
accommodation are parked for a fee by a third party who is not an employee of the
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