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					     44th Annual


Louisville, Kentucky



                        Photo by Dan Dry




     June 5 - 9, 2011
       Hosted at
    The Brown Hotel
                      TABLE OF CONTENTS


Workshop Notes                                              2


Welcome Letter                                              3


Agenda-At-A-Glance                                         4-5


U.S.E.O.W. History                                         6-7


Detailed Agenda                                           8-11


Churchill Downs                                            12


Taste of Kentucky                                          13


Family Excursions                                        14-15


Louisville Slugger Tour                                    16


Other Things to Do in Louisville                           17


Did You Know                                               18


Biographies                                              19-24


Maps                                                     25-28



Conference Sponsors, Exhibitors and Corporate Sponsors   29-33
WORKSHOP NOTES




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                         AGENDA-AT-A-GLANCE


                 Saturday, June 4, 2011                                              Monday, June 6, 2011
6:00 pm - 10:00 pm                                               •   Continued
        Registration Opens (Gallery Foyer - 16th Floor)
                                                                 3:00 pm
                                                                           Return from Louisville Zoo/Splash Park
                  Sunday, June 5, 2011                           4:00 pm
                                                                           Adjourn
8:00 am - 8:00 pm
        Registration Opens (Gallery Foyer - 16th Floor)          4:00 pm - Midnight
                                                                         Hospitality Room Opens (Suite 415 - 4th Floor)
10:30 am - 5:00 pm
        Churchill Downs Horse Racing                             5:00 pm - 8:00 pm
                                                                         Taste of Kentucky Night (Gallery - 16th Floor)

                 Monday, June 6, 2011
                                                                                  Tuesday, June 7, 2011
7:00 am - 9:30 am
        Registration (Gallery Foyer - 16th Floor)                7:00 am - 10:30 am
                                                                         Registration (Gallery Foyer - 16th Floor)
7:00 am - 8:00 am
        Continental Breakfast (Gallery Foyer - 16th Floor)       7:00 am - 8:00 am
                                                                         Continental Breakfast (Gallery Foyer - 16th Floor)
8:00 am - 9:30 am
        Opening Ceremony (Gallery - 16th Floor)                  8:00 am - 9:30 am
                                                                         Training Session B (Gallery - 16th Floor)
9:30 am - 10:00 am                                                       Public Speaking
        Break                                                            “Keeping the Enthusiasm”
                                                                         Joel Penton
9:30 am                                                                  National Motivational Speaker
          Bus leaves for Louisville Zoo/Splash Park
                                                                 9:30 am - 10:00 am
10:00 am - 11:30 am                                                      Break
        Training Session A (Gallery - 16th Floor)
        Presentation Styles                                      10:00 am - 11:30 am
        “Formats That Work”                                              Training Session C (Gallery - 16th Floor)
        Rodney Brewer                                                    Social Media
        Commissioner, Kentucky State Police                              “Boosting Agency Initiatives through Cyberspace”
                                                                         Lt. David P. Jude
11:30 am - 12:00 pm                                                      Commander, KSP Public Affairs Branch
        American Association of State Troopers                           Michael Morrison
        Tim Hazlette                                                     Webmaster, KSP Public Affairs Branch
        Kentucky State Director                                          Sherry Bray
        PSA Competition Overview (Gallery - 16th Floor)                  Media Coordinator, KSP Public Affairs Branch
        Lt. David P. Jude
        Commander, KSP Public Affairs Branch                     10:45 am
                                                                         Bus leaves for Atlantis Water Park
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
        Luncheon (Bluegrass - 2nd Floor)                         11:30 am - 1:00 pm
                                                                         Luncheon (Bluegrass - 2nd Floor)
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
        Presentations (Gallery - 16th Floor)
                                                                     NOTE:
                                                                     *Family activities schedule highlighted in red
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                         AGENDA-AT-A-GLANCE


                 Tuesday, June 7, 2011                                       Wednesday, June 8, 2011

•   Continued                                                  •   Continued

1:00 pm - 3:45 pm                                              9:30 am - 10:00 am
        Presentations (Gallery - 16th Floor)                           Break

3:00 pm                                                        10:00 am - 11:30 am
          Return from Atlantis Water Park                              Training Session E (Gallery - 16th Floor)
                                                                       Event Planning
4:00 pm - 4:30 pm                                                      “From the Starting Gate to the Finish Line”
        Guest Speaker (Gallery - 16th Floor)                           Dan Burgess
        “Social Responsibility”                                        Senior Vice President, Director of Public Relations
        Frank Motherway                                                Bob Lauder
        Region Director Corporate Social Responsibility                Vice President, Public Relations Division
        Anheuser Busch                                                 Doe - Anderson

4:30 pm                                                        11:30 am - 12:30 pm
          Adjourn                                                      Luncheon (Bluegrass - 2nd Floor)

5:00 pm - 7:00 pm                                              12:45 pm - 3:30 pm
        Dinner (Bluegrass - 2nd Floor)                                 Presentations (Gallery - 16th Floor)

7:00 pm - 8:00 pm                                              3:30 pm
        Guest Speaker (Gallery - 16th Floor)                             Adjourn
        “Living Proof”
        Sarah Panzau                                           3:45 pm - 6:00 pm
        Motivational Speaker                                           Louisville Slugger Tour
        Anheuser Busch
                                                               4:00 pm - Midnight
8:00 pm - Midnight                                                     Hospitality Room Opens (Suite 415 - 4th Floor)
        Hospitality Room Opens (Suite 415 - 4th Floor)

                                                                               Thursday, June 9, 2011
               Wednesday, June 8, 2011
                                                               7:00 am - 8:00 am
                                                                       Continental Breakfast (Gallery Foyer - 16th Floor)
7:00 am - 9:30 am
        Registration (Gallery Foyer - 16th Floor)              8:00 am - 9:30 am
                                                                       PSA Competition (Gallery - 16th Floor)
7:00 am - 8:00 am
        Continental Breakfast (Gallery Foyer - 16th Floor)     9:30 am - 10:00 am
                                                                       Break
8:00 am - 9:30 am
        Training Session D (Gallery - 16th Floor)              10:00 am - 11:00 am
        Media Panel                                                    U.S.E.O.W. Business Meeting (Gallery - 16th Floor)
        “Meet The Press”
        Roger Alford                                           11:30 am - 1:00 pm
        Correspondent - Frankfort, Kentucky Associated Press           Awards Luncheon - (Bluegrass - 2nd Floor)
        Jaimie Weiss                                                   Guest Speaker - Joker Phillips
        General Assignment Reporter, WLEX 18 News,                     Head Football Coach, University of Kentucky
        Lexington, KY
        Alan Lytle                                             1:00 pm
        News Director, WUKY Radio, University of Kentucky                Adjourn


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              HISTORY OF THE U.S.E.O.W.
     As Written by Lt. (Retired) Robert Glenn, Iowa Highway Patrol




During the summer of 1966, vacationing Lt. Robert Glenn of the Iowa Highway Patrol visited the Nebraska
State Patrol Headquarters in Lincoln. Later, we had occasion to discuss safety education activities with (then)
Lt. Tim Edwards of the Kansas Highway Patrol during a visit to their training center at Salina on March 8 and
during a course in police training administration at the Northwestern University Traffic Institute during May
1967. We were all of the opinion that we could all improve the effectiveness of our safety education programs
if we could develop an opportunity for an exchange of ideas.


We discussed this idea with our Superintendent and with the Director of the Nebraska Safety Council. Both
endorsed the idea. The Safety Council promised financial support to cover food services and Col. Kruger
suggested use of the Nebraska State Patrol Training Center.


The first planning correspondence was directed to Lt. Glen and Lt. Edwards on January 15, 1968, suggesting
that representatives from each of the adjacent states be invited to share their “best” programs during a
two-day workshop-seminar on May 27 and 28. Wyoming, Kansas, Missouri, Iowa and Minnesota were
represented by 13 officers, who along with 15 representatives of the Nebraska State Patrol, comprised the
total participation. That first program schedule also included presentations by the chairman of the Safety
Committee for the Nebraska Broadcasters Association, a high school driver training instructor, a professor
from the Speech Department of the University of Nebraska, a representative of the Safe-Teens Program,
Safety Chairman for the Nebraska Council of Parent-Teacher Associations, the director of School Bus Safety
for the Department of Education, a safety specialist from the College of Agriculture at the      University of
Nebraska, plus a review of the Defensive Driving Course program by Ray Martinez of the National Safety
Council.


The critiques prepared at the close of the sessions were most encouraging. Comments included such
unsolicited testimonials as: “Excellent seminar. We can’t stop now,” “The seminar was very rewarding in
terms of learning new techniques and exchanging of ideas,” and “This has been a great experience.”
Everyone present emphatically endorsed a continuation of the seminar on a regional concept. The “sample”
presentation by representatives of the various states and informal exchange of ideas during the seminar were
consistently listed as “highlights” of the sessions.




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             HISTORY OF THE U.S.E.O.W.


The Nebraska State Patrol and its Safety Education and Training Division in particular, is proud to have
played a part in initiating a “Regional Safety Education Seminar.” The success of such a program is primarily
dependent upon the dedication to and enthusiasm for effective public service. We hope that the need for and
the benefits of such a program has been firmly established and pledge our continued interest and support.


Since the first meeting, the regional safety education seminar has grown to include 18 mid-western states and
a new name: “Uniformed Safety Education Officers Workshop.” The states participating in the workshop are:
Alabama, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri,
Montana, Nebraska, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas and Wyoming.


Listed below are the states that have hosted the workshops since their inception in 1968:

   1968     Nebraska             1983      Mississippi              1998      Missouri
   1969     Kansas               1984      Minnesota                1999      Iowa
   1970     Iowa                 1985      Texas                    2000      Louisiana
   1971     Missouri             1986      Indiana                  2001      Idaho
   1972     Texas                1987      Nebraska & Iowa          2002      Indiana
   1973     Illinois             1988      Missouri                 2003      Arizona
   1974     Oklahoma             1989      Kentucky                 2004      Georgia
   1975     Minnesota            1990      Arizona                  2005      Iowa
   1976     South Dakota         1991      Ontario                  2006      Kansas & Missouri
   1977     Nebraska             1992      Wyoming                  2007      Texas
   1978     Indiana              1993      Alabama                  2008      Colorado
   1979     Iowa                 1994      Kansas                   2009      Wyoming
   1980     Oklahoma             1995      Texas                    2010      Missouri
   1981     Texas                1996      Minnesota                2011      Kentucky
    1982    Arkansas             1997      Missouri




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                        DETAILED AGENDA

Monday, June 6, 2011                                11:30 am - 12:00 pm ● Gallery – 16th Floor
                                                           PSA Competition Overview
8:00 am - 9:30 am ● Gallery – 16th Floor                   American Association of State Troopers
      Opening Ceremony                                     Tim Hazlette
      Presentation of Colors -                             Lt. David P. Jude Commander,
      Kentucky State Police Honor Guard                    KSP Public Affairs Branch
      National Anthem -
      Kentucky State Police                         12:00 pm - 1:00 pm ● Bluegrass – 2nd Floor
      Trooper First Class Billy Gregory                    Luncheon
      Invocation -
      Kentucky State Police                         1:00 pm - 4:00 pm ● Gallery – 16th Floor
      Sergeant Gary Lafferty                              State Presentations
      Group Photograph -                                  1:00 pm – 1:30 pm
      The Brown Hotel, lobby stairs                       Kentucky State Police - Traffic Safety
                                                          1:45 pm – 2:15 pm
9:30 am - 10:00 am                                         Iowa State Patrol - Traffic Safety
      Break                                               2:30 pm – 3:00 pm
                                                           Missouri Highway Patrol - Traffic Safety
10:00 am - 11:30 am ● Gallery – 16th Floor                3:15 pm – 3:45 pm
       Training Session A                                  Iowa State Patrol - Public Safety
       Presentation Styles
       “Formats that Work”                          4:00 pm
       KSP Commissioner Rodney Brewer                     Adjourn

      Presentation skills are essential when        5:00 pm - 8:00 pm ● Bluegrass – 2nd Floor
      sharing vital information with an audience.         Taste of Kentucky Night
      A good presentation contains important
      elements such as content, structure, visual
      aids, and verbal messaging, woven
      together in a format that flows smoothly.               7:00 am — 9:30 am
      This session will help you recognize your               Registration Open
      presentation style and assist in developing             Gallery Foyer—16th Floor
      skills that will have you presenting with
      conviction, confidence and poise. Join
      KSP Commissioner Rodney Brewer for a                    7:00 am — 8:00 am
      fresh perspective and valuable tools that               Continental Breakfast
      are sure to make your next presentation                 Gallery Foyer—16th Floor
      ‘above the rest’.

                                                              4:00 pm — Midnight
                                                              Hospitality Room Open
                                                              Suite 415—4th Floor




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                         DETAILED AGENDA

Tuesday, June 7, 2011                                 10:00 am - 11:30 am ● Gallery – 16th Floor
                                                             Training Session C
8:00 am - 9:30 am ● Gallery – 16th Floor                     Social Media
      Training Session B                                     “Boosting Agency Initiatives through
      Public Speaking                                        Cyberspace”
      “Keeping the Enthusiasm”                               Lt. David P Jude Commander,
      Joel Penton                                            KSP Public Affairs Branch
      National Motivational Speaker                          Michael Morrison Webmaster,
                                                             KSP Public Affairs Branch
      As Public Affairs Officers who regularly               Sherry Bray Media Coordinator,
      speak to audiences, we can fall into a rut             KSP Public Affairs Branch
      where our speeches or safety
      presentations can become dull or lack-                 This session will introduce you to social
      luster.                                                media concepts that will have you walking
                                                             away with practical tips you can use
      This session brings in Joel Penton, a                  immediately. You will discover ideas that
      successful and sought after national speaker,          help market your safety campaigns and
      to talk about regaining the enthusiasm and             agency initiatives utilizing cyberspace.
      excitement when speaking in front of a crowd.          Learn how to integrate social media
                                                             activities with newsprint, radio and video
      Joel will share tips to bring energy and               media currently in place. A live Facebook
      excitement back into presentations for                 page demonstration will be provided to
      audiences of all ages. It is so important to           guide participants step-by-step through the
      captivate your audience, engage them to                process of setting up a page. Presenters
      participate and motivate them to act on                will introduce sample social media
      what you are saying. This session is a                 marketing concepts with tips to track and
      refreshing look at techniques and trends to            measure the impact of social media
      enhance your speaking skills.                          programs. You will not want to miss this
                                                             opportunity to move your agency forward
9:30 am - 10:00 am                                           in the new cyber millennium.
      Break
                                                      11:30 am - 1:00 pm    ● Bluegrass – 2nd Floor
                                                             Luncheon

         7:00 am — 9:30 am                            1:00 pm - 4:00 pm ● Gallery – 16th Floor
         Registration Open                                  State Presentations
         Gallery Foyer—16th Floor                           1:00 pm – 1:30 pm
                                                            Kansas Highway Patrol - Traffic Safety
                                                            1:45 pm – 2:15 pm
         7:00 am — 8:00 am                                  Illinois State Police - Traffic Safety
         Continental Breakfast                              2:30 pm – 3:00 pm
         Gallery Foyer—16th Floor                           Kansas Highway Patrol - Public Safety
                                                            3:15 pm – 3:45 pm
                                                             Illinois State Police - Public Safety
         8:00 pm — Midnight
         Hospitality Room Open
         Suite 415—4th Floor

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                          DETAILED AGENDA

Continued -                                         Wednesday, June 8, 2011
Tuesday, June 7, 2011
                                                    8:00 am - 9:30 am ● Gallery – 16th Floor
4:00 pm - 4:30 pm ● Gallery – 16th Floor                  Training Session D
      Guest Speaker                                       Media Panel
      “Social Responsibility”                             “Meet The Press”
      Frank Motherway                                     Roger Alford
      Region Director                                     Correspondent - Frankfort,
      Corporate Social Responsibility                     Kentucky Associated Press
      Anheuser Busch                                      Jaimie Weiss
                                                          General Assignment Reporter,
4:30 pm                                                   WLEX 18 News, Lexington, KY
      Adjourn                                             Alan Lytle
                                                          News Director, WUKY Radio,
5:00 pm - 7:00 pm     ● Gallery – 16th Floor              University of Kentucky
      Dinner
                                                          Since Sir Robert Peel developed the London
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm ● Gallery – 16th Floor                  Metropolitan Police Department in 1829, there
      Guest Speaker                                       has been an “us vs. them” relationship
      “Living Proof”                                      between the police and members of the
      Sarah Panzau                                        media. Opinions vary on both sides of the
      Motivational Speaker                                argument. However, the reality of the
      Anheuser Busch                                      issue is that both the police and the media
                                                          are very supportive of each other. In
                                                          understanding each other’s roles, it is
                                                          easier to facilitate a more productive
                                                          relationship which leads to better service
                                                          from both professions.
              7:00 am — 9:30 am
              Registration Open                           This course will bring a panel of media
              Gallery Foyer—16th Floor                    representatives together to discuss how
                                                          each media avenue approaches and
                                                          reports news. Each media representative
              7:00 am — 8:00 am                           will discuss how their medium is different than
              Continental Breakfast                       the others on the panel.
              Gallery Foyer—16th Floor
                                                          This training block is designed to allow for
                                                          an open forum of questions to gain more
              4:00 pm — Midnight
                                                          insight into each other’s jobs and how we
              Hospitality Room Open
              Suite 415—4th Floor                         can work together.

                                                    9:30 am - 10:00 am
                                                          Break




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                          DETAILED AGENDA

Continued -                                             3:30 pm
Wednesday, June 8, 2011                                       Adjourn

                                                        4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
10:00 am - 11:30 am ● Gallery – 16th Floor                    Louisville Slugger Tour
       Training Session E                                     (200 Person Minimum)
       Event Planning
       “From the Starting Gate to the Finish Line”
       Dan Burgess
       Senior Vice President,
       Director of Public Relations
                                                        Thursday, June 9, 2011
       Bob Lauder
       Vice President, Public Relations Division         8:00 am - 9:30 am ● Gallery – 16th Floor
       Doe - Anderson                                          PSA Competition
                                                               Battle of the States
       Get the tips, techniques and tricks the
       pros use to stage flawless events. Ever          9:30 am - 10:00 am
       notice how the best events look effortless?            Break
       Everything just seems to unfold perfectly
       and just at the right moment.                    10:00 am - 11:00 am ● Gallery – 16th Floor
       Anyone who has put together a large scale               U.S.E.O.W. Business Meeting
       event knows it is anything but easy and
       effortless. Nothing, not even the smallest       11:30 am - 1:00 pm ● Bluegrass – 2nd Floor
       detail, can be left to chance. Most likely,             Awards Luncheon & Closing Remarks
       event planning is not your primary job, but             Guest Speaker
       you have been handed the responsibility.                Joker Phillips
                                                               Head Football Coach,
       This ‘tag-team’ style session will share                University of Kentucky
       strategies for successful planning that
       will leave you walking away with the resources
       and confidence to tackle any event!

11:30 am - 12:30 pm     ● Bluegrass – 2nd Floor
       Luncheon

12:45 pm - 3:30 pm ● Gallery – 16th Floor
       State Presentations
       12:45 pm – 1:15 pm                                          7:00 am — 8:00 am
       Texas Dept. of Public Safety - Traffic Safety               Continental Breakfast
                                                                   Gallery Foyer—16th Floor
       1:30 pm – 2:00 pm
       Georgia State Patrol - Traffic Safety
       2:15 pm – 2:45 pm
       Wyoming Highway Patrol - Traffic Safety
       3:00 pm – 3:30 pm
       Nebraska State Police - Public Safety



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                          CHURCHILL DOWNS
                                Sunday, June 5, 2011

Location to meet:              South Lobby, 2nd Floor (maximum 30 people per tour)
       First Tour departure time:              8:45 am (bus will leave hotel)
       Tour time:                              9:00 am - 10:30am


       Second tour departure time:             10:15 am (bus will leave hotel)
       Tour time:                              10:30 am - Noon
Gates open:                    11:30 am        (Tourist will remain on site until the gates open)

Admission:                     $3.00
KSP contact:                   Trooper John Hawkins (502) 226-0660

*Bus departs The Brown Hotel at the top of every hour
*Bus departs Churchill Downs at the half of every hour


Riders Up! Horse racing in Louisville dates back to 1783 when local horse races were held on
Market Street adjacent to where The Brown Hotel is located. Your family will spend the day at
Churchill Downs taking in the splendor and beauty that this historic track offers. The excitement of
the post bugle call to the thunderous sound of hooves pounding the track in the final turn is sure to
be a moment you won’t forget.

Don’t leave Kentucky without visiting this nostalgic historic landmark!                                 Photo by Dan Dry



                            Kentucky Derby Favorites
 THE CLASSIC MINT JULEP                                           KENTUCKY DERBY PIE
 2 oz. Bourbon                                                    1/2 cup flour
 1 tsp. sugar                                                     2 eggs, beaten
 1/2 tsp. water                                                   1/2 cup melted butter
 2-3 mint sprigs                                                  2 tablespoons
 Shaved ice                                                       Kentucky bourbon
                                                                  1 cup chopped
                                                                  walnuts
 Dissolve the sugar in a                                          1 1/4 cup semi-sweet
 splash of water. Fill the                                        chocolate chips
 glass with crushed ice                                           1 teaspoon vanilla extract Photo by Louisville Convention
                               Photo by Dan Dry
 and add bourbon.                                                 Pinch of salt              & Visitors Bureau
 Stir contents until the glass becomes frosty, adding more
 ice if necessary. Garnish the glass with sprigs of mint.         Preheat oven to 350 degrees - Combine…
                                                                  Flour and sugar in a mixing bowl. Add the eggs and butter;
                                                                  mix to combine. Stir in the bourbon, walnuts, chocolate
                                                                  chips, vanilla and salt. Pour the mixture into the unbaked
                                                                  pie crust. Bake for 40 to 45 minutes.
                                                                  Let cool before slicing.




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                       TASTE OF KENTUCKY
                              Monday, June 6, 2011


We are excited to share ‘Kentucky Traditions’ with visitors from
across the country. We can’t possibly take you to all the
wonderful places in the Commonwealth, so we are bringing it
to you in an event we call “Taste of Kentucky” night. You and
your family will experience the rich history and traditions of the
bluegrass through the food, arts and crafts displayed by our
Kentucky artisans.

The Brown Hotel chef will prepare hors d’oeuvres for those
who attend coupled with the many delicious samples provided
by ‘Taste of Kentucky’ vendors. We believe this will leave an
imprint of what ‘Kentucky Hospitality’ truly is. Free raffle prize
drawings will be held at this event for all who attend.

                                                                            Photo by Louisville Convention &
                                                                            Visitors Bureau




  THE HOT BROWN
 2 oz. Whole Butter
 2 oz. All Purpose Flour
 1 Qt. Heavy Cream
 1/2 cup Pecorino Romano Cheese, plus 1 tablespoon for garnish
 Salt and Pepper to taste
 14 oz. Sliced Roasted Turkey Breast
 2 Slices of Texas Toast (crust trimmed)
 4 Slices of Crispy Bacon
 2 Roma Tomatoes, sliced in half
 Paprika
 Parsley


 In a two-quart saucepan, melt butter and slowly whisk in
 flour until it combines and forms a thick paste (roux). Cook roux for two minutes over medium-low heat, stirring
 frequently. Add whipping cream into the roux and cook over medium heat until the cream begins to simmer, about 2-3
 minutes. Remove sauce from heat and slowly whisk in Pecorino Romano cheese until the Mornay sauce is smooth.
 Add salt and pepper to taste. For each Hot Brown, place one slice of toast in an oven safe dish and cover with 7
 ounces of turkey. Take two halves of Roma tomato and set them along side the base of the turkey and toast. Next,
 pour one half of the Mornay sauce to completely cover the dish. Sprinkle with additional Pecorino Romano cheese.
 Place entire dish under a broiler until cheese begins to brown and bubble. Remove from broiler, cross two pieces of
 crispy bacon on top, sprinkle with paprika and parsley and serve immediately. Makes two Hot Browns




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                      FAMILY EXCURSION
                           Monday, June 6, 2011


                     Louisville Zoo & Splash Park
                           1100 Trevilian Way, Louisville, KY 40213
                                        www.louisvillezoo.org
                                          (502) 459-2181


Location to meet:          South Lobby, 2nd Floor
Departure time:            9:30 am (bus will leave hotel)
Admission:                 $9.95 ages 12 and up
                           $7.40 ages 3 to 11
KSP contact:               Trooper John Hawkins (502) 226-0660
Return time:               3:00 pm (bus will leave Louisville Zoo)



Known for its interactive educational exhibits, the Louisville Zoo has been in existence for 38 years
and houses more than 1,300 animals on-site. Family members of all ages will enjoy this fun learning
experience. Kids will love the new ‘Splash Park at Glacier Run’ where they can cool off while
enjoying water slides, a 20-foot fishing boat that includes a jelly jet launcher and a 50-foot geyser
that erupts from the mast! This event is sure to be a family favorite for all!




Photo by             Photo by             Photo by           Photo by              Photo courtesy of
Kara Bussabarger     Kara Bussabarger     Kara Bussabarger   Robert Kemnitz        Rope Course Inc




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                            FAMILY EXCURSION
                                 Tuesday, June 7, 2011


                                     Atlantis Water Park
                                 515 Marriott Drive, Clarksville, IN 47129
                                           www.atlantiswaterpark.net
                                                   (812) 285-0865


Location to meet:                South Lobby, 2nd Floor
Departure time:                  10:45 am (bus will leave hotel)
Admission:                       $8.00
KSP contact:                     Trooper John Hawkins (502) 226-0660
Return time:                     3:00 pm (bus will leave Louisville Zoo)
(Must check-in at the registration table to receive a wrist band. Wrist bands grants access on bus)



Atlantis is fun for every age. Atlantis Water Park features Tsunami Sea, a large, exhilarating wave
pool; Mount Olympus, a 43’ towering maze of water; and King Neptune’s Cove, a perfectly sized
water space for the smaller water tikes.




     Photos courtesy of Atlantis Water Park




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                        FAMILY EXCURSION
                        Wednesday, June 8, 2011


            Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory
                                      800 West Main Street
                                       Louisville, KY 40202
                                    www.sluggermuseum.org
                                         (502) 588-7228


Location to meet:          South Lobby, 2nd Floor
Departure time:            3:45 pm
Tour time:                 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Admission:                 $8.00
KSP contact:               Trooper John Hawkins (502) 226-0660

The Louisville Slugger Museum is located within a mile from The Brown Hotel and is home to the
official bat of major league baseball. Since 1884, Louisville Slugger has put prime lumber in the
hands of the greatest players of the game. A visit to the museum shows you how the sport has
changed a bit between then and now, but the ‘crack of the bat’ remains one of the sporting world’s
most thrilling moments. Every visitor to the museum receives a small replica of a Louisville Slugger
bat and you will want to have your photo made outside the museum where there is a bat that
reaches more than six stories tall!




 Photo by James Moses              Photo by James Moses                      Photo by Louisville Convention
                                                                             & Visitors Bureau




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                      OTHER THINGS TO DO
  When visiting Louisville… and then some.


Muhammad Ali Center — 10 blocks                                The Speed Art Museum — 2 miles
An inspirational tribute to the world’s favorite boxing        Twelve thousand pieces in a permanent collection
legend. Shadow box with the Champ, watch                       spanning 6,000 years, ranging from ancient Egyptian
legendary boxing clips in a model ring and be                  to contemporary art. The museum has an exciting
inspired by the ideas of one of the world’s most               schedule of traveling exhibitions and blockbuster
celebrated athletes and humanitarians.                         shows. Works by Picasso, Rembrandt and Monet are
                                                               on display for viewing.
Louisville Science Center — 10 blocks
Features more than 40,000 square feet of hands-on              Shopping — from 2 to 15 minutes
exhibits and a four-story IMAX theatre. All the major          Choose from a number of antique stores in the
sciences are brought to life with exciting, interacting        downtown area including Joe Ley Antiques and Derby
exhibits engaging your hands, mind and imagination.            City Antique Mall. With more than 240 specialty
                                                               retailers, the Mall St. Matthews and Oxmoor Center
Bourbon Country — 40 minutes                                   are upscale shopping malls that feature stores like
Kentucky produces 95 percent of the world’s bourbon            Ann Taylor, Pottery Barn, Von Maur and Macy’s to
at 12 operating distilleries. Tour Kentucky’s Bourbon          name a few.
Trail, where each distillery practices the magic of
making bourbon. Woodford Reserve, Maker’s Mark,                Belle of Louisville — 8 blocks
Heaven Hill, Jim Beam, Buffalo Trace, Four Roses               The oldest operating Mississippi River-style
and Wild Turkey Distilleries are national historic             steamboat in existence today and a National Historic
landmarks, dating back to 1805. Seven distilleries on          Landmark.
the Bourbon Trail are open for public tours.




                      Photos by Louisville Convention & Visitors Bureau                       Photo by Dan Dry




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                           DID YOU KNOW...


•   Kentucky was the first state on the western frontier to join the Union. (1792)

•   The first enamel bathtub was made in Louisville, Kentucky. (1856)

•   The first electric light bulb was shown in Louisville, Kentucky. Thomas Alva Edison introduced
    his invention to crowds at the Southern Exposition. (1883)

•   Mother’s Day was first observed in Henderson, Kentucky by a teacher named Mary S. Wilson. It
    became a national holiday in 1916.

•   ‘Happy Birthday To You’, probably the most recognized song in the world, was written by two
    Louisville, Kentucky sisters - Mildred and Patricia Hill. (1893)

•   Bibb lettuce was first cultivated by Jack Bibb in Frankfort, Kentucky. (Late 19th century)

•   Cheeseburgers were first tasted at Kaelin’s Restaurant in Louisville, Kentucky. (1934)

•   The first (known) set of all male quintuplets was born in Paducah, Kentucky. (1896)

•   The first Wigwam Village Motel, with units in the shape of a ‘teepee’, was built by Frank A.
    Redford in Cave City, Kentucky. (1937)

•   The world’s largest baseball bat, a full 120 feet tall and weighing 68,000 pounds, can be seen at
    the Louisville Slugger Museum in Louisville, Kentucky.

•   Chevrolet Corvettes are manufactured exclusively in Bowling Green, Kentucky.

•   The world’s largest crucifix, standing at 60 feet tall, is in Bardstown, Kentucky.

•   Fort Knox holds more than 6 billion dollars worth of gold - the largest amount stored anywhere in
    the world.

•   Kentucky has more resort parks than any other state in the nation.

•   Newport, Kentucky is home to The World Peace Bell, the world’s largest free-swinging bell.

•   Post-It Notes are made exclusively in Cynthiana, Kentucky.

•   Shaker Village (Pleasant Hill) is the largest historic community of its kind in the United States.




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                                     BIOGRAPHIES


Rodney Brewer

A native of Louisville, Rodney Brewer was named Kentucky State Police Commissioner in
December 2007. A 28-year veteran of the agency, he has served in numerous
assignments including uniformed operations, special investigations, narcotics, strategic
planning, academy commander and the executive protection detail assigned to protect
the Governor and Lieutenant Governor. He has held every merit and non-merit rank
within the organization.

Brewer completed his undergraduate and graduate work at the University of Louisville,
receiving his bachelor of science degree in police administration in 1979 and his master’s
degree in Criminal Justice in 1993. He is a graduate of the Southern Police Institute
Administrative Officer’s Course. Brewer has instructed at the Kentucky Department of
Criminal Justice Training, National Crime Prevention Institute, the Southern Police
Institute and the Kentucky State Police Academy. He has also lectured on leadership and
ethics to police agencies in Europe, Romania, Slovakia and Turkey. He has traveled
extensively in Mexico regarding language programs and intelligence sharing initiatives.

A nationally published author regarding various law enforcement topics, Brewer is frequently a sought after speaker by
various police agencies across the United States. He is the recipient of the United States Senator Wendell H. Ford Law
Enforcement Leadership Award, the Southern Police Institute Distinguished Alumni Award and the University of
Louisville “Red Apple” Award for teaching excellence.

Brewer is an avid gardener, outdoorsman, woodworker and Corvette owner who lives in Ballardsville, Kentucky with his
wife, Dana.




Joel Penton

Joel Penton is a graduate of The Ohio State University and played five years
of football for the Buckeyes. He was a member of three Big Ten
championship teams, a member of the National Championship team, and a
four-time Academic All-Big Ten selection.

In his senior year, Joel received the prestigious Wuerffel Trophy, also known
as the Humanitarian Heisman. The trophy is a national award that
recognizes the one college football player in the entire country who best
combines exemplary service with athletic and academic achievement.

After graduating from OSU, Joel turned down an opportunity to play in the NFL to begin a career in full-time speaking.
Since then he has spoken to more than 300,000 teens across the United States. He brings a positive message to
students that are both relevant and impactful. Joel’s stories of personal trials and subsequent triumphs are proof that
ordinary people can accomplish great things by simply following through with their commitments.

Joel is a native of Van Wert, Ohio and currently lives in Columbus, Ohio with his wife, Bethany, and two sons, Joel III
and Judah.



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                                      BIOGRAPHIES


David P. Jude

Lieutenant David Jude started his career in law enforcement in 1994 with the Lexington
P.D. In 1999, he joined the Kentucky State Police and served as President of Class 76.
His first assignment was at Post 6 – Dry Ridge where he served as a Trooper and a
Detective. In 2003, he transferred to the KSP Academy where he was an instructor and
coordinator of multiple training curriculums including the agency Criminal Investigations
Program and Field Training Officer Program.

In 2008, at the request of the Commissioner, Lieutenant Jude was assigned as the
Commander of the Public Affairs Branch, where he serves as the spokesperson for the
agency at state, regional and national levels. In January 2009, the Highway Safety Branch
was added to his office. With the addition of the Highway Safety Branch, programs such
as NHTSA’s enforcement campaigns, Alive at 25, Drive to Stay Alive Teen Driving
Academy and others are coordinated through his office. He was involved in the creation
of the agency’s statewide Citizen’s Police Academy initiative and other statewide programs
which continue today.

Lieutenant Jude will complete his bachelor’s degree from Eastern Kentucky University during the summer of 2011. He
plays tennis year round in various USTA leagues and spends family time on his boat on Lake Cumberland Kentucky.

Lieutenant Jude has been married to his wife Stacy for 17 years and together they have an 11 year old daughter,
Rachel.




Michael Morrison

Michael Morrison has been with the Kentucky State Police for seven years serving as
Webmaster for the agency. He maintains eight separate websites within the agency
and manages the Facebook and Twitter pages. In addition to the websites, Mr. Morrison
creates graphic art designs for agency publications, posters and special events. He serves
on the KSP Civilian Advisory Board and is active in Trooper Island Camp activities
Morrison is a graduate of Union College in Barbourville, Kentucky.




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                                      BIOGRAPHIES


Sherry Bray

Sherry Bray is the Media Coordinator for Kentucky State Police in Frankfort, Kentucky.
She serves as the media liaison to all KSP posts located throughout the state. She is
responsible for preparing media releases; educational programs; resources and
coordination of press events. Bray has been published nationally on various law
enforcement topics.

Ms. Bray was appointed by the KSP Commissioner to serve as state coordinator for the
Enforcing Underage Drinking Laws program, where she oversees underage alcohol
prevention efforts within the Commonwealth. She is a member of Kentucky’s Underage
Drinking Task Force Team and Kentucky Association of Government Communicators.
Ms. Bray received her B.S. from The Ohio State University.




Roger Alford

A native of southeastern Kentucky, Roger Alford was named Supervisory Correspondent in
The Associated Press’ Frankfort, Ky. bureau in 2005. A 27-year veteran journalist, Alford
has been with the AP for more than a decade, having initially signed on with the world
largest news gathering operation as a correspondent covering the Appalachian region. He
previously worked for The Columbus Dispatch in Columbus, Ohio; The Daily Times of
Portsmouth, Ohio; The Independent of Ashland, Ky. and the Middlesboro Daily News in
Middlesboro, Ky.

Alford is a graduate of Union College in Barbourville, Ky., where he served as editor of the
student newspaper while also working for two local, off campus newspapers, the
Barbourville Mountain Advocate and the Corbin Times-Tribune. He has won numerous
journalism awards in nearly every facet of the field, from investigative reporting to feature
writing. He has even won a few photography awards, including one for a photo of his editor
being beaten up by an angry mayor. His byline routinely appears in newspapers across the
country.

Alford is also an avid outdoorsman and houndsman who now lives in Owenton, Ky. with his wife, Susan, and, as of this
fall, will have three children in college.




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                                      BIOGRAPHIES


Jaimie Weiss

 Jaimie Weiss joined WLEX 18 in April 2008. She comes here from WTVW in Evansville,
 Indiana. Jaimie spent two years in southwest Indiana where some of her work was
 recognized as the Best of Indiana by the Society of Professional Journalists.

 Jaimie is a proud graduate of Ohio University. She studied at the Scripps School of
 Journalism where she earned a bachelors degree in journalism and a minor in political
 science. Jaimie's love for news really picked up while she was working in southeast Ohio.
 She spent four years at WOUB, where her coverage of protests at the Republican
 National Convention in New York City during the 2004 election won a national Mark of
 Excellence Award.

 Jaimie is excited to bring you the news of central Kentucky. Her favorite part of being a reporter is finding a
 compelling way to tell other people's stories. Everyday reporters get a chance to go places and see things others
 don't. It's those experiences she loves sharing with you every night.

 While not at work, Jaimie enjoys spending time outside, usually with her dog Daisy. You can usually find the two
 hiking or rollerblading somewhere around town when the weather is nice.




Alan Lytle

Alan Lytle is the news director for WUKY FM, Lexington’s NPR station at the University of
Kentucky. (The oldest university-owned public radio station in the country).

He holds a bachelor of fine arts degree in Broadcasting from the University of Cincinnati
and is currently pursuing a master’s degree in U.S. history at the University of Kentucky.

During his 25-year career he has filled various roles in both commercial and
non-commercial radio; garnering several statewide reporting and anchoring awards along
the way.




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                                    BIOGRAPHIES


Frank Motherway

Frank Motherway is a Bud Man, first and foremost. With more than 32 years in the beer
business, this Saint Louis, Missouri native has held numerous positions with Anheuser-
Busch InBev (ABI). He has also had the opportunity of spending eight of those years
with the ABI wholesaler network (Peoria and Chicago, Illinois) and another five years as
a consultant and educator on the ABI Wholesaler Integrated Learning project and the
Busch Satellite Network (Saint Louis).

Motherway was fortunate to have had the opportunity to return to ABI in October of
2004. He was re-hired to work with the Consumer Awareness and Education (CA&E)
Department and was the brewery contact with 160 wholesalers in 10 states. Among his
many duties, Frank has had the opportunity to establish and expand relationships with
educators, law enforcement, retailers and wholesalers.

Today that department has changed its name to Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR).
The number of states Frank covers has dropped to nine (Ky., Ill., Ind., Mich., Minn., N.D., Ohio, S.D., and Wisc.). The
change has expanded to the environment as well as alcohol responsibility, but Frank still loves to spread the good word
that ABI is the best beer company in a better world. Frank’s presentation will be a discussion on Anheuser-Busch’s
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and its role in being the solution to underage drinking and drunk driving as well
as its role in being stewards of our environment.



Sarah Panzau

Focused. Determined. Successful. As a two-time member of the National Junior
College Athletic Association (NJCAA) women’s volleyball All-America team, Sarah
Panzau knew what it was like to be on top of her game – and on top of the world.
But not long after, she nearly lost it all. Somewhere between life as a competitively
driven high-school athlete and the early years of college, Sarah began heading
down a destructive path. She found herself hanging out with the wrong crowd,
getting more out of drugs and dangerous levels of alcohol than hitting the books and
spiking a ball. She was trapped in a pattern of making poor choices.

On August 23, 2003, just before 4:30 am, Sarah's car – and her life – spun out of
control. With a blood-alcohol level nearly four times the legal limit, the 21-year-old decided to drive home drunk, missed
a highway exit and rolled her car four times. Without a seat belt, she was ejected through the rear window of her car,
her left arm was torn from her body and she was thrown onto the roadway. Sarah's decision to drive drunk landed her in
the hospital for several months and resulted in more than 30 surgeries.

Sarah is Living Proof that poor choices can have drastic consequences. Since the crash in 2003, her life has taken a
new direction. Sarah reaches students with her messages about underage drinking, drunk driving, making smart
choices, respecting parents and rising above disabilities. She poignantly describes the physical and emotional pain of a
life that is forever changed because of the poor decision she made. Sarah also talks about determination,
perseverance, peer pressure, the “wrong crowd” and the meaning of “real” friends. She pleads with students to spot the
telltale warning signs in others and underscores the need to seek help.



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                                       BIOGRAPHIES


Bob Lauder

As a seasoned member of Doe Anderson’s Public Relations division, Bob has been
praised as a strong strategic planner as well as person who makes things happen.

He joined the agency in 1993 and has worked on everything from public affairs to
health care to sporting goods. He’s played a role in the ongoing effort to build two new
bridges in Louisville. Jewish Hospital, Norton Healthcare and University Hospital are
just some of the health care clients he’s served. And he’s worked extensively with
Hillerich & Bradsby, maker of Louisville Slugger bats, Bionic gloves and PowerBilt golf.

In 2002, he left the agency to work full-time for PowerBilt, only to return to Doe in 2007.

Bob’s career is founded in journalism. For 10 years he worked in broadcasting,
including eight years with WHAS Radio where he won numerous awards covering
stories ranging from artificial hearts to the Kentucky Derby. Twice he won the Eclipse
Award, the nation’s highest honor for coverage of thoroughbred racing. He was also named
“Best Reporter” by the Kentucky Associated Press.




Dan Burgess

A superb writer and a superior tactical strategist, Dan is in charge of Doe Anderson’s
Public Relations operation – one of the most experienced and highly regarded PR firms in
the region.

Dan has designed and directed major PR programs for Cincinnati Children’s Hospital,
Louisville Slugger, Valvoline Instant Oil Change, the Kentucky Tourism Development
Cabinet, the worldwide United Methodist Church, Shoney’s, National City Corporation and
Fifth Third Bank.

A campaign that Dan created for the Louisville Slugger Museum was awarded the top
national honor in the public relations industry – the Silver Anvil award.

Although he was trained as a television reporter, Dan began his career in radio news and soon decided he wanted to
explore this medium instead. During a 12-year span in Louisville, Dan was half of a successful morning personality team
on WLRS-FM, wrote and anchored a highly rated afternoon and evening news programs on WHAS-AM, managed
WHAS’s news gathering as assignment editor, won numerous local and state journalism awards, and eventually won
broadcast journalism’s highest honor – the Peabody Award.




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                   DOWNTOWN LOUISVILLE
                                           RESTAURANTS


                                                                                    1.    732 Social
                                                                                    2.    Bearno’s by the Bridge
                                                                                    3.    Bistro 301
                                                                                    4.    Blu-Italian Mediterranean Grille
                                                                                    5.    Bluegrass Brewing Co.
                                                                                    6.    Bodega at Felice
                                                                                    7.    Bristol Bar & Grille
                                                                                    8.    Browning’s Brewery &
                                                                                          Restaurant
                                                                                    9.    Caviar Japanese Restaurant
                                                                                    10.   Champions Sports Bar &
                                                                                          Restaurant
                                                                                    11.   The Chop Shop
                                                                                    12.   Cunningham’s
                                                                                    13.   Einstein Bros. Bagels
                                                                                    14.   The English Grill at the Brown
                                                                                          Hotel
                                                                                    15.   Fire Fresh BBQ
                                                                                    16.   “FOURTH STREET LIVE!”
                                                                                    17.   Hillbilly Tea
                                                                                    18.   Intermezzo Café
                                                                                    19.   Jeff Ruby’s Steakhouse
                                                                                    20.   Joe’s Crab Shack
                                                                                    21.   Los Aztecas
                                                                                    22.   Manhattan Grill
                                                                                    23.   Mayan Café
                                                                                    24.   Morton’s, The Steakhouse
                                                                                    25.   The Oakroom at the Seelbach
                                                                                          Hotel
                                                                                    26.   Old Spaghetti Factory
                                                                                    27.   Panera Bread
                                                                                    28.   Patrick O’Shea’s
                                                                                    29.   Proof on Main
                                                                                    30.   Qdoba Mexican Grill
Kentucky International Convention Center    Fourth Street Live!
                                                                                    31.   Quizno’s
The following restaurants are in KICC       Includes the following restaurants
                                                                                    32.   Rivue
• Starbucks                                 • Café Taipei                           33.   Saffron’s
• Wolfgang Puck Express                     • Hard Rock Café                        34.   Sapporo Japanese Grill & Sushi
                                            • J. Gumbo’s Cajun Cookin’              35.   Sol Aztecas
                                            • Kentucky Fried Chicken                36.   Theater Square Marketplace
                                            • Maker’s Mark Bourbon House & Lounge   37.   Toast on Market
                                                                                    38.   Vincenzo’s Italian Restaurant
                                            • Red Star Tavern                       39.   White Oak at Artemisia Gallery
                                            • RiRa Irish Pub                        40.   Yaching’s East West Cuisine
                                            • Subway                                41.   Z’s Fusion
                                            • Sully’s Restaurant & Saloon
                                            • Taco Bell
                                            • Tengo Sed Cantina
                                            • TGI Friday’s
                                            • The Rub
                                            • The Sports & Social Club
                                            • Wendy’s
Photo by Dan Dry                            • Wet Willie’s



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                DOWNTOWN LOUISVILLE




Louisville Visitors Center
301 S. Fourth Street
Phone: 502-379-6109
Toll Free: 1-888-568-4784
www.gotolouisville.com




                             Photo by Linda Doane




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                  DOWNTOWN LOUISVILLE
                                             TROLLEY MAP




4th Street Trolley                                           No Trolley runs on Sundays
TARC Route #1 WEEKDAYS
8:00 am - 11:00 am every 10 minutes
11:00 am - 6:00 pm every 7 minutes
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm every 10 minutes

TARC Route #1 SATURDAYS
10:00 am - 6:00 pm every 20 minutes

Main/Market Street Trolley
TARC Route #77 WEEKDAYS
6:00 am - 11:00 am every 15 minutes
11:00 am - 4:00 pm every 10 minutes
4:00 pm - 8:00 pm every 15 minutes

TARC Route #1 SATURDAYS
10:00 am - 6:00 pm every 15 minutes

Trolley schedule is subject to change. For
the most updated trolley schedules, please
visit www.ridetarc.org                            Photos by Louisville Convention & Visitors Bureau




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                         THE BROWN HOTEL
                                  FLOOR DIAGRAM



1ST FLOOR                                                               2ND FLOOR




                                               SECRETARIAT A                             BLUEGRASS




                              WINNER’S                                                       SOUTH
                               CIRCLE                                                        LOBBY
    CITATION A   CITATION B    FOYER
                                             SECRETARIAT B              16TH FLOOR




                                                                                       GALLERY



  3rd FLOOR
                                                    BROADWAY C

                                                                                     GALLERY FOYER

                        CRYSTAL BALLROOM   SOUTH                                        GALLERY
                                                    BROADWAY B
                                           ALCOVE                                     BOARD ROOM
            WOMEN
                                            FOYER


                                                    BROADWAY A
             MEN

  LOUIS
   XVI      COAT-              BALLROOM
            ROOM                 FOYER                   LOUISVILLE

                        MEZZANINE PROMENADE
                                                             KENTUCKY

   J. GRAHAM
     BROWN
                        OPEN TO LOBBY BELOW
                                                             BOARD
                                                             ROOM




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 TASTE OF KENTUCKY EXHIBITORS


  Appalachian Mountain Crafts, LLC                        Color Tronics
     275 State Highway 194 East                          108 Cedar Drive
  Pikeville, KY 41501 (606) 631-1639           Frankfort, KY 40601 (502) 875-7511
        eking1953@yahoo.com                           chopkins@fewpb.net
              Eugene King                                  Curt Hopkins

          Roger Potts Prints                     Federal Grove Maple Syrup
         1633 Speedwell Road                          475 E. Main Street
  Richmond, KY 40475 (859) 369-3276            Auburn, KY 42206 (270) 542-6106
      richmondpotts@yahoo.com                    Federalgrove@logantele.com
          www.rogerpotts.com                        www.federalgrove.com

Kentucky Gentlemen Cigar Company                   Anderson’s Natural Honey
         1056 Ninevah Road                         6113 Old Floydsburg Road
 Lebanon, KY 40342 (502) 598-1590             Crestwood, KY 40014 (502) 241-6752
   kygentlemencigar@bellsouth.net                   Marcie.a@insightbb.com
 www.kentuckygentlemencigars.com                   www.anderson-candles.com

      Allman’s Beer Cheese, LLC                   True Blue Beer Cheese, LLC
         1696 Burnt Ridge Road                          (859) 358-2944
 Mt. Vernon, KY 40456 (859) 358-9487                    (859) 582-1861
     info@allmansbeercheese.com                 truebluebeercheese@gmail.com
     www.allmansbeercheese.com

       Lone Dakota Photography                    Susan Black Photography
         220 West French Street                       137 Palisades Point
Elizabethtown, KY 42701 (270) 766-7403        Lancaster, KY 40444 (859) 329-1081
        Dakota@lonedakota.com                         scblack2@aol.com
          www.lonedakota.com

       Three Pepperhead, LLC                       Jo Pettit Needle Felting
          3850 Louisville Road                      1600 Barnes Mill Road
  Frankfort, KY 40601 (502) 875-2897          Richmond, KY 40475 (859) 625-1588
         jellisbiz@bellsouth.net                    jmp13wt@yahoo.com
        www.3pepperhead.com




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TASTE OF KENTUCKY EXHIBITORS


           Perri’s Pantry
    308 Masterson Station Road
Lexington, KY 40511 (859) 333-5773
     P.mousty@insightbb.com


           Unique Beads
           4710 Taft Hwy.
Dry Ridge, KY 41035 (859) 393-7674
   www.uniquebeadsbylaura.com


            Joy’s Crafts
         3405 Keefer Road
 Corinth, KY 41010 (859) 824-6132
      mendolajoy86@aol.com


           Kyle’s Crafts
    1251 Bethel Church Road
    Mt. Washington, KY 40047
       jkyle@insightbb.com




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