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SPEAKER: Patrick Boss, Port of Quincy
TOPIC: "Washington Inland Port"
DATE: Wednesday, April 3rd, 2019
TIME: 11:30 am Reception / 12:00 pm Lunch
WHERE: Rainier Golf and Country Club
COST: $30 per person / $40 at the door
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Seattle transportation club is a registered chapter of Logistics & Transportation Association
of North America (LTNA).
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Transportation Club of Seattle
January Bob Donegan - President of Ivar's
February Roger Millar - Secretary of Transportation, Washington DOT
March Terry Howard - President of Carlile
April Patrick Boss - Public Affairs with Port of Quincy
May Lance Lyttle - Aviation Director with Port of Seattle
July Annual TCS Golf Tournament
August No Meeting - Summer Break
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About the Speaker
Patrick Boss, Director of Business Development and Public Affairs
Located in the center of Washington State, the Port of Quincy is ranked as one of the top low-cost rural
locations in the United States for business and economic development with state-of-the-art industrial
infrastructure including abundant low-cost hydropower electricity, high-capacity bandwidth dark fiber,
an ample supply of natural gas, a key cross-country rail mainline (from Seattle to Chicago), a modern
intermodal terminal, a major interstate freeway (I-90), a new water treatment system, close proximity to
the Columbia River and plenty of water, a skilled workforce, an active foreign trade zone, nearby
commercial air service, and affordable industrial and commercial properties.