How Denzil Skinner's example helped government-run venues evolve
Denzil Skinner’s influence was felt across the facility management industry. As co-founder of FMG, among the first companies to privately operate public assembly facilities, Skinner helped steer others toward that business model, including Frank Russo.

Skinner died last month of cancer at age 91.

Russo, now an executive vice president with Spectra, ran the Hartford (Conn.) Civic Center, now XL Center, for nine years. The cit...

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