PBI Bank is very supportive of women in leadership roles Sunday, Dec 10 2017 

Banking and capital markets have historically been viewed as being dominated by men. While that may have been true in the past, the financial industry has recently made great strides in advancing women in the industry. PBI Bank is no exception. For women in banking today, PBI is a solid career investment. You have only […]

Falls City Brewing Company sees great local growth Sunday, Dec 10 2017 

In 2010, legendary Louisville brewery Falls City Brewing Company returned to the River City following its dissolution in the late 1970s in the face of national competition pushing out all of the local and regional breweries across the United States. Current president Shane Uttich took over Falls City in 2016, working his way up to […]

Dare to Care – More than a food bank Tuesday, Dec 5 2017 

When you hear the name Dare to Care, you most likely think of the food bank that serves 135,000 individuals a year in the Louisville metro area. But Dare to Care is so much more, said Stan Siegwald, Dare to Care’s Director of Strategic Initiatives. “People think we’re a food pantry, because they know the […]

Kids Center for Pediatric Therapies offers life-changing help to children with special needs Sunday, Dec 3 2017 

If you haven’t been personally affected by the challenges of children with special needs, you may not have heard about Kids Center for Pediatric Therapies. Since 1958, the organization has been helping children with special needs in a seven-county area and beyond, by providing physical, occupational and speech therapies to help them reach their full […]

Speed Art Museum offers pair of holiday treats Friday, Dec 1 2017 

The Speed Art Museum brings more groundbreaking programming to the Louisville community in December with a new exhibition and another of its popular After Hours At The Speed events. Thoroughly Modern: Women in 20th Century Art and Design opens December 16 and runs through July 1, 2018. Thoroughly Modern is co-curated by Erika Holmquist-Wall, the […]

Manufacturing company, EMI, launches cloud-based technology for a 360-degree view of organization Friday, Dec 1 2017 

When Ergo Mechanical Industrial (EMI), a Georgetown, Kentucky-based manufacturer, was seeking a technology solutions partner, they looked no further once they had connected with Coastal Cloud. The information technology company has its headquarters in Florida, with solution center hubs in Louisville, KY, and Colorado. Coastal Cloud was able to provide expertise to EMI in an […]

The Benefits Firm helps plumber attract, retain talent Tuesday, Nov 28 2017 

“We are being blessed with business. We could be blessed with more employees,” said Tina Durbin, co-owner of Durbin Plumbing, located in Jeffersontown. Durbin and her husband started their business 18 years ago, and they service residential clients as well as more than 120 stores such as Chicos, Walmart, Walgreen’s and Starbucks, to name a […]

Louisville Palace and Mercury Ballroom offering Cyber Monday deals Friday, Nov 24 2017 

Music brings people together and what better way to do that this holiday season than to give the gift of live music! The Louisville Palace and Mercury Ballroom have full concert calendars packed with shows for the whole family. The best part is you don’t have to fight the crowds on Black Friday to get […]

Spencerian College’s new location in the heart of the Dupont medical complex Wednesday, Nov 22 2017 

All is quiet these days at Spencerian College’s old Kentucky home along Dixie Highway, for soon the 125-year-old campus will have a new Kentucky home in Dupont Circle, the largest regional medical complex outside of downtown Louisville. Come January, students learning the ins and outs of health care will be attending classes at Spencerian’s 44,000 […]

PBI’s expertise in equine industry makes it right at home in Kentucky Tuesday, Nov 21 2017 

Across the United States and perhaps even the world, when Kentucky is mentioned, most people will immediately think of horses. Beyond the legendary Kentucky Derby’s “most exciting two minutes in sports,” the Bluegrass state also ranks as one of the most robust centers for horse breeding in the world, and the economic impact of this […]

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