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Hunter Stansbury

Wrong Hunter Stansbury?

Vice President of Real Estate

Wingstop Restaurants , Inc.
Wingstop
1101 East Arapaho Road Suite 150
Richardson , Texas 75081
United States

Company Description: Founded in 1994 and headquartered in Dallas, Texas, Wingstop has more than 600 restaurants open across the United States, Mexico, Russia and Singapore. The "Wing...   more
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Hunter ...
theretailconnection.net [cached]
Hunter Stansbury Senior Vice President | Brokerage
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Hunter Stansbury Senior Vice President | Brokerage hstansbury@theretailconnection.net 214.572.8421
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Hunter Stansbury Senior Vice President | Brokerage
Hunter Stansbury is a Senior Vice President | Brokerage at The Retail Connection and is engaged in the strategy and oversight of some of The Retail Connection’s premier accounts.
Stansbury held prior positions with Cinemark Inc. as Director of Real Estate where he directed the acquisition and management for the Eastern U.S., including the Northeast, Southeast, and Midwest. He was responsible for site selection and negotiations for freestanding, mall and power center locations for megaplex theatres. During this time, he opened 16 theatres, and negotiated renewals for all regions.
Stansbury’s career then took him to Brinker International, as Senior Real Estate Manager | Emerging Concepts. During his tenure at Brinker he opened 80 stores and directed the strategic plans and acquisitions for Chili’s, Romano’s Macaroni Grill, On The Border, Big Bowl and Corner Bakery restaurants. Stansbury then held the position of Senior Real Estate Manager at Home Depot, where he was responsible for directing the strategic plan for new sites within his region. He opened 30 stores in six years.
According to Hunter Stansbury, ...
powerofretail.com [cached]
According to Hunter Stansbury, a senior real estate manager at Home Depot, the company needs a "cooling-down period". Rising construction costs are a major factor in this issue. Texas is getting more store openings than other states, as it is perceived as a growth state for several of the large chain stores, including Home Depot.
"Texas is our growth state," said Home Depot's Mr. Stansbury. Its Texas stores are performing better than the chain as a whole, with comparable store sales increases or slight declines.
The Retail Connection
www.theretailconnection.net, 22 Feb 2010 [cached]
Hunter Stansbury joined the firm as a senior vice president and will oversee some of the Retail Connection's premier merchant accounts.
Before working for Home Depot, Stansbury was a senior real estate manager for casual restaurant company Brinker International, where he found locations for Chili's, Romano's Macaroni Grill, On The Border, Big Bowl and Corner Bakery...
The Retail Connection
www.theretailconnection.net, 22 Feb 2010 [cached]
Hunter Stansbury joined the firm as a senior vice president and will oversee some of the Retail Connection's premier merchant accounts.
Before working for Home Depot, Stansbury was a senior real estate manager for casual restaurant company Brinker International, where he found locations for Chili's, Romano's Macaroni Grill, On The Border, Big Bowl and Corner Bakery restaurants.
He's been with Home Depot for six years, while the home improvement retailer was opening 30 new stores nationwide.
"We need a cooling-down period," said ...
www.keypointpartners.com, 1 Aug 2008 [cached]
"We need a cooling-down period," said Hunter Stansbury, senior real estate manager for Home Depot Inc., which recently said it was closing 15 stores for the first time in the Atlanta-based chain's history.
But the Dallas area's population growth will create shopping center sites that the home improvement store expects to be in, he said during the event sponsored by the International Council of Shopping Centers.
Panel moderator John Weber Sr., president of Weber and Co., said construction costs are rising mostly from commodity prices rather than labor costs.It's a tough sell to explain to investors and lenders that prices have gone up 20 percent to 25 percent this year alone, he said.
Two proposed Home Depot stores that had been approved in December were canned last week, Mr. Stansbury said, due to stricter internal investment requirements and higher construction costs.
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"Texas is our growth state," said Home Depot's Mr. Stansbury.Its Texas stores are performing better than the chain as a whole, with comparable store sales increases or slight declines.
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