WELLS FARGO COMPLEX
Executive Vice President of Content
John Page was named President of the Wells Fargo Center arena and Complex in July, 2015, and oversees all aspects of the business. Additionally, in April 2018, Page was named Executive Vice President of Content for Spectra, where he was previously a member of the Executive Committee.
Previously, Page served as President of Spectra Venue Management (previously Global Spectrum), since February 5, 2014. He also served as Chief Operating Officer of Global Spectrum between 2004-2014.
With emphasis on the Wells Fargo Center arena and complex, Page works closely with both the surrounding community and the national sports and entertainment industry. He also oversees Comcast Spectacor’s partnership interest at Xfinity Live! Philadelphia, as well as the company’s four Flyers Skate Zone locations.
Page joined the company in 1991 as an Event Coordinator at the Los Angeles Coliseum and Sports Arena, relocating to Philadelphia in 1993 to become Event Manager at the Spectrum. He was named Vice President of Event Production in 1997 for Comcast-Spectacor, becoming Senior Vice President in 1999. As Chief Operating Officer of Global Spectrum (now Spectra Venue Management), Page oversaw a rapid expansion of the company’s footprint as it grew from 40 facilities in 2004 to more than 135 today. During his tenure, the company hosted two Super Bowls, two BCS Championship games, the NAACP Convention, the NBA Finals, the Stanley Cup Final, the World Series, numerous NCAA events, All-Star Games and the Republican National Convention (2000) and Democratic National Convention (2016).
Page received his Bachelor of Science degree in Public Administration from the University of Southern California in 1988 and a Master of Science degree in Public Administration from USC in 1990. He and his wife, Kellie, and their three children reside in West Chester, PA.