LOS ANGELES--(BUSINESS WIRE)--HyreCar, Inc. (Nasdaq: HYRE), the carsharing marketplace for ridesharing, today announced that Brooke Skinner Ricketts has joined its board of directors, effective July 23, 2018.
Mrs. Skinner Ricketts brings nearly two decades of relevant marketing and automotive industry expertise to HyreCar, and currently serves as Chief Marketing Officer for Cars.com. Prior to Cars.com, Mrs. Skinner Ricketts served as vice president of brand and design Avant, an online fintech platform that provides credit alternatives consumers. Previously, Mrs. Skinner Ricketts was head of brand strategy at Twitter, responsible for revenue-driving creative ideas for Fortune 200 clients.
“Brooke brings a wealth of invaluable experience and strategy to our board of directors,” said Joe Furnari, Chief Executive Officer of HyreCar. “Her tenure at industry leading technology companies, such as Cars.com, has been focused on ensuring that their digital marketplaces are well trusted by both consumers and partners, while enhancing the overall brand and image. We are eager to leverage her experience as we gain critical mass and grow our platform.”
“I’m excited to join HyreCar’s team as a director,” said Skinner Ricketts. “I look forward to contributing to HyreCar’s growth and success. The automotive industry is evolving rapidly and HyreCar is at the forefront transforming the industry with an incredibly relevant solution.”
HyreCar, Inc. (Nasdaq: HYRE) actively operates in 34 states plus Washington, D.C. The carsharing marketplace for ridesharing was created to leverage technology and establish a presence in automotive asset sharing. Drivers and vehicle owners alike can utilize the platform to create an opportunity for themselves where one did not previously exist. By providing a safe, secure, and reliable marketplace, HyreCar helps both parties come together– one driver, one vehicle, one road at a time. For more information, please visit www.hyrecar.com.
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