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or over 55 years, Motel 6 has been known nationwide for consis- tently delivering on its promise to


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Hospitality, are proud to offer Operation Next Step. This program provides mili- tary veterans an opportunity to start the next chapter of their careers with a com- pany that respects the values of honor and integrity, hallmarks of our nation’s servicemen and servicewomen. The program offers veterans and their spouses full- or part-time em- ployment nationwide in a fast-paced, dynamic work environment. From starting positions at the property level to general manager and regional direc- tor of operations, veterans can embark on a career path where the dedica- tion and discipline they honed in the military can give them many chances for advancement. And their success


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is supported by a structured training program recognized as one of the best in the industry. In fact, G6’s dedica- tion to serving veterans with honor and integrity has earned the company recognition as a Military Friendly Em- ployer and a Military Spouse Friendly Employer in 2017.


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fitted from Operation Next Step. Like Ben Sabo, who left the United States Marine Corps as a lance corporal after serving his country honorably. “I acquired many leadership traits in the military that I use daily. Motel 6 train- ing helped me understand people’s attitude towards doing their job. In the service, we just got the job done. In civilian workforce, how people feel matters.” There’s never been a better time


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