Minute Suites hires marketing manager for hospitality brand
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Media Contact: Chris Glass, Chief Operating Officer
MINUTE SUITES HIRES MARKETING MANAGER FOR HOSPITALITY BRAND
As Minute Suites prepares for growth, Marketing Manager Danielle Hollembaek joins the team
Minute Suites, which provides private suites for napping, relaxing or working during a layover or flight delay, has hired Danielle Hollembaek, former social media specialist and videographer at Rock Island Auction Co., for a newly created role as Marketing Manager. Hollembaek brings four years of experience in marketing and public relations, including a stint at PBS as a video producer and social media manager, and is uniquely equipped to support Minute Suites on their rapid growth plan for 2020.
Minute Suites has seven locations across four airports in the United States, with eight new projects underway, located throughout the northeast and southeast regions. They’re also working toward securing locations in the Midwest and on the West Coast.
“With plans to more than double in size in 2020, we are focused on recruiting a few key positions. Since inception we have been diligent in maintaining a lean corporate structure, and focused on reinvesting in our future. As we maintain that focus, this position represents an integral part of our plans to have a Minute Suites in every major U.S. Airport. Danielle’s background and extensive knowledge in marketing and advertising is an asset to our organization, and we are excited to add her to the Minute Suites family.”
“I am excited to push Minute Suites to the next level,” Hollembaek says. “With carefully crafted marketing tactics and fresh ideas for outreach, the company will receive great exposure to new audiences.”
Minute Suites are private retreats available to rent by the hour. Located post-security within the terminal and outfitted with a daybed sofa with pillows and blankets, television with DIRECTV and Netflix and functional workstation with Wi-Fi, it’s a wellness-based solution to the fatigue caused by air travel and an oasis in a crowded terminal.
Suites are booked with a one-hour minimum followed by 15-minute increments along with an eight-hour day rate and a flat overnight rate option available. Advanced booking is recommended when possible and reservations can be made more easily than ever with the new Minute Suites Mobile app, available for download on Android and iOS.
About Minute Suites
In 2008, Minute Suites, LLC was founded as a healthier way for people to travel. Minute Suites is the first company in North America to provide private suites inside security at airports where travelers can nap, relax or work. The development of this unique passenger service has resulted in many industry awards including the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport’s Shop of the Month and Shining Star Awards, Philadelphia International Airport’s Edgie Award for Best New Store Opening, an Airport Council International Award for Best New Consumer Service, and the United States Department of Defense Patriotic Employer Award. For more information, visit http://minutesuites.com/.