Western students report on Blaine train stop

Three Western Washington University (WWU) students spoke to a crowd of curious residents about the feasibility of a passenger train stop in Blaine.

Michelle Anderson-Irons, Joe Glithero and Lora Sonnen, three students in WWU’s international business program, presented their evaluation in Blaine City Council chambers on December 3. The students, under the guidance of professor Tom Roehl, conducted a market analysis, compiled target demographics for ridership, proposed some marketing strategies and developed a list of pros and cons for the station stop.

Monday, December 21, 2015 - 10:31am