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Visit Spokane moving to a new location

19401112_visitspokane_news_mastheadVisit Spokane Moves to a New Building

(September 26, 2016) – Visit Spokane announced today they are moving their offices into the Wells Fargo Building (601 W 1st Ave, 10th floor) effective October 3, 2016.  The decision to move supports the space requirements of the organization.

The kiosks located in River Park Square and at the Spokane International Airport will not be impacted by the office move.

“We’ve enjoyed several years at the Spokane Regional Business Center,” said Cheryl Kilday, President & CEO of Visit Spokane. “The new location will afford us to provide flexible space for collaboration and to convene with our industry partners.”


Visit Spokane generates economic growth for Spokane County by successfully marketing the Spokane region as a preferred destination for conventions and leisure travelers from around the world. Visitors to Spokane County spent an estimated $947 million in 2015, providing jobs for more than 10,000 residents in the region.

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