Robert Hubbard joins Red Roof as EVP of operations

A rendering of a Red Roof Plus property. Photo credit: Red Roof
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Red Roof

Red Roof announced the addition of Robert Hubbard to the newly created position of EVP of operations for company-managed properties. Hubbard will focus on continued growth across the company's portfolio of brands and the sustained financial performance of Red Roof’s corporate managed properties. An industry veteran, Hubbard previously was employed by Red Roof from 1987 to 2012 in a variety of roles, including VP of operations and VP of revenue management.

“Robert brings to us decades of industry experience that will be an asset to our senior leadership team. With a proven track record, Robert returns to the company at an extremely dynamic time, when the brand is well-positioned for long term profitable growth,” Andrew Alexander, president of Red Roof, said in a statement. “In this role, he will work closely with all divisions to continue to drive revenue of company managed properties."

Throughout his career, Hubbard has achieved financial success on behalf of a number of brands, driving revenue and other company initiatives. For the past six years he has been with WoodSpring Suites as SVP of revenue management, where he managed the infrastructure and systems for 250 extended stay hotels. A graduate from Marshall University, with a degree in business administration and marketing, Hubbard has a passion for the hotel industry.

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Red Roof has more than 550 properties in the U.S. and has expanded internationally to Brazil and Japan. Red Roof is also pet-friendly, as one well-behaved pet is welcome per room, nationwide, at no additional cost.

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