Whirlpool Corporation’s ‘Places that Matter’ Project Focuses on Places and People

Whirlpool Corporation’s ‘Places that Matter’ Project Focuses on Places and People

By Cean Burgeson — Whirlpool Corporation

Laura Goos and her family in downtown St. Joseph, Michigan

Ervin Poncho Eddie pauses briefly for a photo on a stairwell in Whirlpool Corporation’s North American Headquarters, Riverview Campus

Dan Page-Wood poses with a heritage laundry appliance on display at Whirlpool Corporation’s Center for Partner Development, which houses a team of designers and other product development professionals

Photographer Joshua Nowicki “in his element,” taking photographs at St. Joseph’s popular Tiscornia Beach on the shores of Lake Michigan

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The St. Joseph and Benton Harbor region in Southwest Michigan is the focus of the first episode of “Places that Matter,” a photojournalism project profiling the people and communities of Whirlpool Corporation. http://bit.ly/2OcjZNX
Tuesday, October 9, 2018 - 5:00pm

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Southwest Michigan — more specifically the cities of Benton Harbor and St. Joseph — houses Whirlpool Corporation’s global and North American headquarters, as well as several technical, research and customer service facilities. The area is also the focus of the first episode of the “Places that Matter” photojournalism project launched this fall from the corporate newsroom at Whirlpool Corporation.

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