Organizing and Inspiring Independent
Businesses In South Louisville
You! If you are an independent business owner/employee, or simply a community-minded
resident of South Louisville, we want you to be there.
Learn how the independent businesses that keep South Louisville unique and make
the neighborhood economy strong can achieve greater success.
WHAT: The Keep South Louisville Weird campaign’s
goals are stability and growth of current independent businesses in the area,
the start of new independent businesses and the expansion of current
independent businesses from other areas of town into South Louisville.
We have made great progress in 2013 and we are taking it to
the next level in 2014! Joe Grafton (Director of Community Engagement for the
American Independent Business Alliance - AMIBA) will be our facilitator. The
Strength in Numbers event combines a presentation and workshop that provides
participants an up-close look at how other Independent Business Alliances function
and the lessons AMIBA has learned through their experience of helping more than
80 organizations through the process. Our focus will be on building a culture
of support for entrepreneurship, local branding, organization, funding, and
much more. Plenty of discussion time is included, and AMIBA will work with us
to achieve concrete progress in furthering our work.
& WHERE: Tuesday, 3/25, 5:30pm-7:30pm, Southwest
Government Center Main Room (7219 Dixie Highway). RSVP to email@example.com
or 502-500-4669 by Fri. 3/21.
is free, but RSVP required. Pizza and refreshments provided.
Presented by LIBA, Louisville
Metro Council Members Vicki A. Welch (13), Attica Scott (1), Rick Blackwell (12),
Cindi Fowler (14), Marianne Butler (15), Dan Johnson (21) and David Yates (25) and American Express OPEN.