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Spokane PFD Unveils new name for Performing Arts Center

— Exciting changes are taking shape at Spokane's iconic urban performing arts theater, currently known as the INB Performing Arts Center. In addition to the $22 million renovation now underway, the Spokane Public Facilities District (SPFD) and First Interstate Bank (new venue naming sponsor) unveiled a new name and logo for the venue at a media conference last week. The facility will now be known as the First Interstate Center for the Arts.

First Interstate Bank acquired Inland Northwest Bank (INB) earlier this year and will merge all existing INB branches into the First Interstate family in mid-November. As the naming sponsor of the historic venue (originally built for Spokane's 1974 World Fair), First Interstate will serve as a valued community partner, providing continued support for the performing and entertainment arts in Spokane.

The renovation for First Interstate Center for the Arts is scheduled to be completed on November 1 with a special grand opening event happening later that week. For more information about the INB Performing Arts Center visit www.inbpac.com.


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