Rhonda Drury Appointed Director of Sales and Marketing at Nobu Hotel Chicago

USA, Chicago, Illinois. July 28, 2021

Nobu Hotel Chicago proudly announces the appointment of Rhonda Drury to Director of Sales and Marketing. A Chicago native with 20 years of experience in the hospitality industry, Drury is poised to lead sales and marketing at Nobu Hotel Chicago, part of the thriving global luxury brand Nobu Hospitality and the first Midwest location.

"I am thrilled to be a part of Nobu Hotel Chicago and have joined the team just in time to celebrate the hotel's upcoming first anniversary," said Drury. "I look forward to building on our team's accomplishments and what the future holds for this incredible hotel situated in the heart of Chicago's vibrant West Loop."

Drury joins Nobu Hotel Chicago from Cambria Hotels, where she most recently served as Sales Operations Manager. Her prior experience in Chicago has made an impact through a variety of roles at National Restaurant Association, theWit Hotel, Travistock Restaurant Collection, The Mid-America Club, Fitzpatrick hotel Group and The Drake Hotel. She is a graduate of Loyola University where she earned a Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration and Management.

In her new role, Drury is responsible for implementing a marketing plan designed to achieve the desired positioning for Nobu Hotel as well as managing the sales and marketing budget that supports the hotel's revenue goals. Drury, a strategic thinker and proven sales leader, brings an expertise in researching and developing new business opportunities to Nobu Hotel Chicago. She has a passion for mentoring others and growing sales teams.

For more information about Nobu Hotel Chicago, please visit the Nobu Hotel Chicago website and follow @NobuChicago on Instagram.

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