What Makes Lexington An Appealing Place to Work & Live?
Whether you are interested in visiting Lexington as a tourist, selecting a site for a business expansion, or value the vibrant creative atmosphere this “Thoroughbred Capital” nurtures, it’s impossible to ignore Lexington’s many charms. Over the past decade, Lexington has been recognized as one of America’s Best Cities (2016), one of the Best Cities for Families (2016), one of the Best Cities for Education (2010), and one of America’s Best Places for Business and Careers (2013).
This list is only a small sample of accolades Lexington has accumulated over the years, yet only a fraction of the recognition that community leaders envision over the next decade. During the June meeting of the Lexington Forum, Mary Quinn Ramer, the President of VisitLex, Gina Greathouse, Executive Vice President of Economic Development at Commerce Lexington, and Celeste Lewis, Director of the Downtown Arts Center and the host and organizer of the international Creative Mornings program, will provide behind-the-scenes details on what is being done to make Lexington attractive to a wide variety of people and businesses.
Please join us for another timely discussion.
Thursday, June 1, 2017
Hilary J. Boone Center
University of Kentucky
7:15 Coffee and Networking
7:30 Breakfast and Program
Free to Members / Guest Fee $20
Please RSVP by noon on Tuesday, May 30, 2017