By Jo Anne Triplett Originally published in LEO While my taste for classic cars leans towards the boxy Nash Metropolitan, Mercedes 190 and Volvo 240, I can appreciate a streamlined automobile. Even owned a Camaro once, although its power was totally wasted on me. But as a lover of good design, it’s exciting to hear…
The power of KTW lies in our message — in print, on social and digital media, and through our conversations with our associates, friends, and family.
Our message always focuses on people who are achieving at the highest levels, and whose lives and careers illuminate the heart and soul of what it means to have strong Kentucky ties. This simple message can impact perceptions of Kentucky at home, across the nation, and around the world. Above all our goal is to inspire people to promote a positive narrative about Kentucky and become image-changers themselves.
By David Mann, July 15 2015 Originally published in Business First If someone asked you to describe the 1968 Pontiac GTO in one word, how would you do it? Sporty? Slick, maybe? After the conversation I had on Monday with Bill Porter, the artist who designed this iconic car, I suppose I would use the…
“Louisville Native Talks about Designing the Pontiac GTO” – Business First, July 2015 Business First covers Louisville native Bill Porter’s discussion of how he designed the 1968 Pontiac GTO and his time spent at General Motors.
“Louisville-raised transplant doctor to share his story on March 12” – Insider Louisville, March 2015 Sander Florman, a leading surgeon in the world of organ transplants and a Louisville native, shares his story.
“Louisville surgeon to lecture on organ transplants” – The Courier-Journal, March 2015 The Courier-Journal covers NYC doctor and Louisville native Sander Florman sharing his story with Kentucky to the World.
One of the “10 Most Influential Experts in Intelligence Reform” and one of Louisville’s own – Amy Zegart is now on the board of Kratos Defense & Security Solutions.
Louisville’s own music legend Jonathan Wolff spoke to a sold-out crowd at Actors Theatre sharing how he got the jobs others didn’t and the impact growing up in Louisville had on his career. WFPL’s Devin Katayama moderated the event taking the audience on a journey from Jonathan’s early days of playing and studying with Louisville’s…
“A Legend in the TV Music Business Louisville’s Jonathan Wolff Tells All” – Actors Theatre, August 2014 Jonathan Wolff returns to Louisville to talk about his career, his experiences, and the inspiration behind writing popular theme songs of shows like Seinfeld and Will & Grace.
“Louisvillian Share TV Theme Song Experience” – The Courier-Journal, August 2014 The Courier-Journal cover’s KTW’s discussion with Jonathan Wolff, creator of popular theme songs of shows like Seinfeld and Will & Grace, as he returns home to Louisville.