Growth of Seasonal Ice Rink Leads to Calls for Extended Season

Growth of Seasonal Ice Rink Leads to Calls for Extended Season

If there were ever any doubts that the seasonal SoKY Ice Rink had gained traction after four years of operation, the cold, hard numbers from the season that wrapped up Jan. 5 should put them to rest.

The seven-week season that featured both youth and adult hockey events and a popular skillet curling tournament along with plenty of special events and family skating accomplished something that none of the three previous seasons had: It finished in the black.

Uber is Retooling its App for California Drivers. Lyft Isn’t

Uber is Retooling its App for California Drivers. Lyft Isn’t

In response to a new California law that took effect at the start of this year and has the potential to upend numerous on-demand companies, Uber has pushed out changes for drivers in the state that would once have been unthinkable: capping service fees that go to Uber, boosting fare transparency and even testing the ability to set their own fare.

But other companies — including Uber’s biggest ride-hailing rival, Lyft — have been curiously silent, apparently opting for business as usual.

Zoo Adds Giraffe Sculpture at Nashville Airport

Zoo Adds Giraffe Sculpture at Nashville Airport

Nashville International Airport has a new greeter – a two-story tall giraffe in the rental car area.

The Nashville Zoo installed the giraffe, created by Dorand Design Studios, overnight on Jan. 9 in hopes to draw more attention to the Zoo. The giraffe is accompanied by a few pieces of luggage and signs directing toward Nashville Zoo and Kenya.

Nashville Sets Tourism Record in 2019 with 16.1 Million Visitors

Nashville Sets Tourism Record in 2019 with 16.1 Million Visitors

A record 16.1 million tourists visited Nashville in 2019, an increase over the previous record of 15.2 million set in 2018, according to data released Jan. 27 by the Nashville Convention & Visitors Corp.

To end the year, the NCVC said Nashville’s annual New Year’s Eve event produced $26.6 million in direct visitor spending. More than 200,000 people attended the event, up from the previous year’s estimate of 175,000 to 200,000 attendees.

Bowling Green Presents New Plan to Integrate Immigrants into Economy, Community

Bowling Green Presents New Plan to Integrate Immigrants into Economy, Community

In recent years Bowling Green and Warren County has seen unmatched economic growth and with that, there are thousands of job opportunities locally.

“Bowling Green continues to be a great place to raise a family, to find a job, to afford housing, and so people look at that opportunity,” said Brent Childers, Director of Neighborhood and Community Services for the City of Bowling Green. “When you compare us to other cities those opportunities are available here that are not available in a lot of other communities and people seek that out, people recognize that.”

Bowling Green Continues to Grow with Expansions

Bowling Green Continues to Grow with Expansions

Bowling Green continues to grow and expand with new business popping up and established businesses expanding.

Some business expansions include Lost River Pizza, Hobby Lobby, and the Kroger on Scottsville road.

“We have been so very blessed in bowling green we have been the fastest-growing community in Kentucky since 20-11 and just last year we were identified as the best place to live in Kentucky by the time and its been a very balanced growth which is awesome,” said Ron Bunch, CEO and President of Bowling Green Chamber of Commerce.

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