PHILADELPHIA ― Comcast Spectacor, a leader in the sports and entertainment industry, is raising the bar on live event experiences by announcing that its three divisions – Global Spectrum, Ovations Food Services and Paciolan – now operate as Spectra, a singular, new brand.
Comcast Spectacor will consist of three primary businesses: the Philadelphia Flyers, the Wells Fargo Center and the new Spectra. In turn Spectra will consist of three divisions: Venue Management (formerly Global Spectrum), Food Services & Hospitality (formerly Ovations Food Services) and Ticketing & Fan Engagement (formerly Paciolan).
Spectra in New Mexico
Spectra is a provider of sports and entertainment hospitality services in New Mexico and one or more of the divisions is at work supporting eight New Mexico venues and events, including:
- Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta (Food Services & Hospitality)
- Isotopes Park (Food Services & Hospitality)
- Santa Ana Star Center (Venue Management, Food Services & Hospitality, Ticketing & Fan Engagement)
- New Mexico Stars (Ticketing & Fan Engagement)
- Lea County Events Center and Fairgrounds (Venue Management, Ticketing & Fan Engagement)
- Clovis Civic Center (Venue Management)
- Las Cruces Convention Center (Venue Management)
- Curry County Events Center & Fairgrounds (Venue Management)
These locations and events are some of Spectra’s 300-plus clients at more than 400 global properties that host millions of visitors annually.
“Spectra is all about creating unforgettable moments for fans,” said Dave Scott, President of Comcast Spectacor. “We can do that best with all services under one umbrella to provide end-to-end solutions for venues, redefining fan experiences everywhere.”