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RLHC Signs Franchise Agreement in Cincinnati

— Red Lion Hotels Corporation announced will open its first location in Ohio following the signing of a franchise agreement for a Red Lion Hotel in Cincinnati.

"We want a brand that is well known, has differentiating characteristics, and proven ability to help us capture fair market share in a competitive marketplace," said Kumar Vemulapalli of Durga, LLC., regional developer and owner of the hotel. "In our view, Red Lion is the obvious choice."

"Cincinnati is a thriving city and one of the top 30 U.S. urban markets," said RLHC Chief Franchise Officer Brian Quinn. "This hotel has it all with convention meeting space and multiple meeting and sports facilities nearby. It will resonate well with our group business and teams. The hotel will be a great addition to our network, having just opened two new locations in the greater Seattle area and one at the Detroit Airport."

The future Red Lion Hotel - Cincinnati Sharonville, 11320 Chester Road, has 185 rooms and is located 16 miles north of downtown Cincinnati south of the I-75 and I-275 corridor. The hotel has both indoor and outdoor pools, a fitness center, a business center and a restaurant, the Sharon Hill Bar & Grill. The property also has approximately 17,000 square feet of meeting space and is located across the street from the Sharonville Convention Center, the only LEED-certified meeting space in the Cincinnati area, offering 65,000 of useable square feet. Adjacent to the hotel is the new multi-million dollar athletic and entertainment facilities currently under development by Princeton City Schools and the CoCo Key Water Resort, featuring four 40-foot water slides.

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