Subaru Park in Chester, Pa., shown during the Premier Lacrosse League championship game in September, is among the venues operated by Philadelphia-based Spectra. (Getty Images) At least four VPs let go amid COVID-19 industry shutdown Spectra, a provider of facility management services, has laid off about 40 employees, sources said. The action comes after the COVID-19 pandemic shut down sports and entertainment venues across North America and follows moves by other companies in the same areas of business. The cuts affect all divisions in which Spectra operates: building operations, food service, ticketing, marketing and business development. All told, they account for one-third of Spectra’s corporate structure, including Philadelphia headquarters and regional offices, sources said. At least four layoffs were vice presidents: Scott Swiger (culinary excellence), Jacque Holowaty (client experience and ticketing) and Dave Leibowitz (business development finance and strategy), plus regional VP Tim Murphy, who served as Spectra’s general manager… Continue Reading Spectra Lays Off About 40

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