“The great thing about Louisville is that there’s always something new and unique to discover. The food is amazing, the music and arts scene is vibrant and constantly changing, and the opportunities to give back to the community are seemingly endless.
Mark Twain once said of Abraham Lincoln that “It was no accident that planted Lincoln on a Kentucky farm, half way between the lakes and the gulf. The association there had substance in it. Lincoln belonged just where he was put.” I think that this holds true for Louisville itself. We’re in just the right spot. We’re close enough to incredibly fertile farmland to raise amazing crops and even more amazing racehorses. The limestone water of central Kentucky provides strength for our horses and a remarkably crisp taste to our bourbon. We’re close enough to Nashville, Indianapolis, and Chicago to have big city influences, and yet we’re surrounded by farmland that keeps us grounded and provides amazing beauty. Our city is rooted in tradition, and yet we have enough youthful energy and artistic vision to keep things fresh and fun. We really are exactly where we need to be.”
– Heather of Louisville
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