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About Ashford

Ashford (NYSE American: AINC) is a leading provider of asset management and other services to companies within the hospitality industry. Currently, Ashford serves as the advisor to two NYSE listed real estate investment trusts, namely Ashford Hospitality Trust ("Ashford Trust") and Braemar Hotels & Resorts. Combined, Ashford Trust and Braemar Hotels & Resorts have 132 hotels with more than 29,000 rooms and approximately $7.4 billion in assets.
 

Guiding Principles

Ashford embraces five guiding principles which we believe best describe what our company stands for: ethical, innovative, profitable, engaging and tenacious. Our guiding principles are more than just a catchy phrase or slogan, they are a way of doing business. Our adherence to these standards is a key component in building a reputation of excellence and integrity.
 

Philanthropic Spirit

One of our Five Guiding Principles is to be Engaging. The focus of this principle is for AINC to be an active partner and contributor to our surrounding community and to positively support organizations that assist those less fortunate.
 
One of our Five Guiding Principles is to be Engaging. The focus of this principle is for Ashford Inc to be an active partner and contributor to our surrounding community and to positively support organizations that assist those less fortunate. Our major company-wide philanthropic events are our Community Service Day (Spring) and Holiday Events Participation (Winter). In addition, throughout the year, we encourage associates to be mindful of community contributions and we financially support many charitable causes in our markets.
 

Community service projects

Below are just a few organizations we support
 
Habitat For Humanity
Job Corps
S.M. Wright Foundation
YMCA RISE School
Shatterproof
Salvation Army
Special Olympics Texas
The Dallas Childern's Advocacy Center
American Hotel Lodging Education Foundation
Childern's Burn Foundation
 
Community Service
Community Service
Community Service