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Monthly Archives: March 2021

She Does Business | Celebrating Women’s History Month

What does a gymnast, PR professional, general manager, lawyer, chef, and artist all have in common? How about companies like Spokane Gymnastics, Christ Kitchen, BumbleBar and Flexhibit? These are just some of the rad GSI members and small businesses that … Read more

SPOKANE STADIUM FAQ

How will this stadium be used? The new 5,000-seat stadium will be home to Spokane Public Schools (SPS) football and soccer games and bring a new professional soccer team to Spokane via the United Soccer League (USL). The downtown stadium … Read more

Coronavirus Update: American Rescue Plan

On Wednesday, March 10, the House passed by a vote of 220-211 the American Rescue Plan (H.R. 1319), a $1.9 trillion relief package aimed at addressing the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. President Biden is expected to sign the bill on … Read more

GSI Receives Economic Development Administration Grant for Regional Strategy

(SPOKANE, Wash.) – Greater Spokane Inc. (GSI) announced today that it received formal notice of a $200,000 grant award from the federal Economic Development Administration (EDA) to update the region’s Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy (CEDS). This grant was submitted by … Read more

Spokane Ag Show Post Event Story

The state of agriculture reflects our future from a food supply standpoint as well as international trade, technology, employment, and environmental conservation. With the continued mission to promote and protect our regional agribusiness sector, we hosted the first ever virtual … Read more

A Letter from our Board Chair: Paul Read

Last week, GSI celebrated at its annual meeting under the very appropriate theme of “The Power of We.” I can’t stress enough how important that notion is to our community right now, as we begin the hard work of emerging … Read more