Too many companies faced with major communications crises respond like an armadillo under attack by a predator. They curl up in a ball and hope the danger will pass. Not Texas Roadhouse, the Louisville-based restaurant chain whose friendly mascot is Andy Armadillo. A media barrage hit the company like a pack of coyotes this week when a server at an Asheville, North Carolina restaurant mistakenly filled a toddler’s sippy cup with sangria instead of cranberry

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When two states tackle one of the largest transportation construction projects in the country, keeping drivers and residents informed is a critical part of the process. The extensive work on the Downtown Crossing portion of Ohio River Bridges Project affects hundreds of thousands of people in Kentucky and Indiana – as well as motorists simply passing through the region. Nearly 225,000 people travel between Louisville and Southern Indiana on a daily basis. Continuous changes in

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In Kentucky, we’re accustomed to being at the top of basketball rankings. We know our sports teams are winners, and so does the rest of the country. But we haven’t gotten as much national attention and accolades for our economic development successes. But that is changing. It was refreshing to see the recent Site Selection magazine article that Kentucky and Louisville were among the most successful states and metro areas for generating investments and jobs

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