Aimbridge Hospitality Announced Hiring of Adam Snow to Executive Vice President, Strategy & Analytics

The Executive Will Drive Profitable Growth and Report Directly to Aimbridge's Chief Financial Officer.

USA, Plano, Texas. May 25, 2021

Aimbridge Hospitality, the leading, global, third-party hotel management company, announced that they have hired Adam Snow to fill the role of Executive Vice President, Strategy & Analytics, where he will ensure data, analysis and strategy work together to streamline decision-making and drive more profitable growth.

Reporting to Chief Financial Officer, Tom Song, Snow will leverage his experience and background to partner with leaders across all of Aimbridge's disciplines, guiding strategic and analytical thinking, exploring opportunities, and uncovering any emerging threats to help them make decisions for optimal outcomes.

"We are pleased Adam has joined us to optimize our growth strategy," said Mike Deitemeyer, President and CEO of Aimbridge Hospitality. "We always strive to source and invest in the best talent, and Adam exemplifies this objective."

Tom Song, Chief Financial Officer added, "Having worked with Adam previously, I am confident in his ability to harness the power of our data and forge a strategic path forward for all of our verticals. He will be instrumental in our efforts to elevate our analytical and differentiated capabilities for owners."

Snow joins Aimbridge after serving in a dual role at IHOP, where he was both Vice President, Head of Dine Brands Corporate Strategy and Vice President, Strategy & Analytics, where he led strategy, advanced analytics, business reporting and forecasting for IHOP and Dine Brands overall. Prior to Dine Brands, Snow was the Director of Strategy for Downtown Disney's Corporate Alliances and Gift Cards, where he fostered collaboration across global parks and resorts. He has also held other impactful positions in his 20-year career including serving in strategy roles at Dell and Hewlett-Packard in the personal computer product and customer intelligence areas.

Adam Snow, EVP, Strategy & Analytics, Aimbridge Hospitality

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