Twohig's last official day as District CEO is anticipated to be December 31. The District Board has appointed its Executive Committee to direct a nationwide search aimed at identifying a successor. Venue Solutions Group will be providing executive search services to assist the Committee.

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Kevin Twohig announces retirement as CEO of Spokane PFD

— Longtime CEO of the Spokane Public Facilities District Kevin Twohig, will retire at year's end from the organization which owns and operates the Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena, the Spokane Convention Center and the INB Performing Arts Center.

District Board Chairman Larry Soehren says of Twohig, who became the District's Executive in 2001, "Through Kevin's leadership, the District has become a financially successful and sustainable institution providing entertainment, jobs and economic impact throughout the greater Spokane region. We'll miss his leadership but are very happy to know that he'll be with us during the search for his replacement and subsequent transition."

Twohig's last official day as District CEO is anticipated to be December 31. The District Board has appointed its Executive Committee to direct a nationwide search aimed at identifying a successor. Venue Solutions Group will be providing executive search services to assist the Committee.

In 2016, events in the District facilities were attended by 1,232,683 guests and generated $67M in economic impact and 1,100 jobs in Spokane County.

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