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Pressroom Podcast: Falling in love with the port with Adele Yorde

She's been teaching us about the port for the better part of a decade. This week, Adele Yorde, recently retired marketing specialist with the Duluth Seaway Port Authority, gives us an inside look at the port and the people who work on the vessels...

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She’s been teaching us about the port for the better part of a decade.

 

This week, Adele Yorde, recently retired marketing specialist with the Duluth Seaway Port Authority, gives us an inside look at the port and the people who work on the vessels and on the docks.

 

Not knowing much about the shipping industry before she started the job, Yorde says it took her “about two days” to fall in love with the port and the “characters on the waterfront.”

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