Ken Wachter is the retired President & CEO of PMI Entertainment Company a venue management company based in Green Bay Wisconsin. As CEO he spearheaded the design and construction of the Resch Center Arena (10,000 seat) and Resch Expo Hall (130,000 square foot). Along with their Wisconsin venues PMI also managed the Val Air Ballroom in Des Moines, Iowa, ran the Tri-Cities Coliseum in Kennewick, Washington and helped renovate and then ran the historic Meyer Theater in Green Bay.

PMI also purchased the Green Bay Gamblers Hockey franchise and provided numerous services for the Green Bay Packers. PMI also became independent promoters bringing the first concerts to Lambeau Field, and produced a Tall Ship Festival along with a Boat Show, Home Show, RV& Camping, along with many others.

Prior to moving to Green Bay Ken was Vice President of Sales and Marketing for the Anaheim Mighty Ducks and the Anaheim Angels during their ownership by the Disney Corporation. While in Anaheim he was involved in the renovation of Angel Stadium and was responsible for sales activities along with game entertainment, public relations, ticketing, and all marketing campaigns for the stadium and both franchises.

Ken started his career in the entertainment business working for Ringling Bros and Barnum & Bailey Circus. He was Regional Vice President of Sales & Marketing for Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus and all of its properties. These included Walt Disney’s World on Ice, Holiday on Ice, Ice Follies, American Gladiators Live Tour, and Siegfried & Roy in Las Vegas.