Dippin’ Dots headquarters announced a $3.3 billion expansion, expected to create 28 new full-time jobs.
Total tourism spending tops $1.3 billion in Louisville with the top two expenditures being lodging (39%) and food/beverage at restaurants (25%).
Thanks, in part, to bourbon and the Derby, Louisville ranks No. 2 for metro areas with the largest share of profitable businesses nationwide.
Hard Truth Distilling Co. in August will expand its spirit distribution footprint for the first time outside of Indiana to the state of Kentucky. Distilleries and bourbon continue to boom in the Commonwealth.
The company behind the world’s top-selling bourbon, Jim Beam, is pouring tens of millions of dollars into a new Kentucky distillery.
The Waterfront Botanical Gardens are a creation of Botanica, a Kentucky-based gardening organization with goals of improving sustainability.
City visitors with an interest in the famed brown elixir can now hop on an electric tuk tuk and cruise downtown Louisville, learning about bourbon and mixed drinks on tours that include spirit samples at urban distilleries.
Example: A recent ramp project in Shively resulted in 72 percent fewer accidents, according to crash reports analyzed by the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. The accidents were also less severe and were less likely to cause injury.
Luckett & Farley is expanding its work in new directions with “design activism” – a commitment to making Kentucky an even better place to live.
Kentucky’s burgeoning culinary network and various tax incentives helped sway producers and bring Top Chef to the state for the show’s 16th season.