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G6 Hospitality Partners with VersaPay to Deploy ARC Platform

G6 Hospitality Partners with VersaPay to Deploy ARC Platform

DALLAS–VersaPay Corporation—a provider of cloud-based invoice-to-cash solutions including electronic invoice presentment and payment, automated accounts receivable, cash application, and collections management—has partnered with G6 Hospitality to deploy its ARC platform—an accounts receivable automation solution—across Motel 6 and Studio 6. “As ...

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G6 Hospitality CEO Jim Amorosia to Retire

G6 Hospitality CEO Jim Amorosia to Retire

DALLAS–G6 Hospitality LLC, the parent company of Motel 6 and Studio 6 brands in the U.S. and Canada, announced the retirement of Jim Amorosia, G6 Hospitality president and CEO, concluding a 33-year career with the company. Rob Palleschi, G6 Hospitality ...

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How G6 Hospitality Leveraged its Legacy Brands for Growth

How G6 Hospitality Leveraged its Legacy Brands for Growth

In 2017, G6 Hospitality celebrated its 55th anniversary. The company, which is headquartered in Carrollton, Texas (near Dallas), has two economy brands that franchise throughout the United States—Motel 6, which has been around since 1962, and Studio 6, an extended-stay ...

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G6 Hospitality Enters into Expedia Partnership

G6 Hospitality Enters into Expedia Partnership

Seattle, Wash.­­– Yesterday, Expedia, Inc. announced a new Expedia Powered Technology partnership with G6 Hospitality, parent company of the lodging brands Motel 6 and Studio 6, that will provide the brands broad access to Expedia’s technology, marketing, and data insight solutions ...

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Six Top Hotel Execs Discuss the Value of Branded Properties

Six Top Hotel Execs Discuss the Value of Branded Properties

Development executives from six top hotel companies discuss the value of branded properties in today’s lodging market. More brands are entering the hospitality space each year, and it’s becoming increasingly unclear to many owners and developers whether flagged properties will ...

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