Matt Bevin signs caucus resolution with KAIA

It’s always a joy to be part of an event that brings people together for the good of our home state. And yesterday was a day we were able to do just that. Our client, the Kentucky Automotive Industry Association, joined state and industry leaders in Frankfort to celebrate the formation of Kentucky’s first automotive caucus. Gov. Matt Bevin signed a resolution marking Kentucky's first-ever legislative automotive caucus. Looking were KAIA Executive Director Dave Tatman,

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This summer, C2 Strategic Communications hired its first college intern. She asks us a lot of good questions related to career development. Recently, our president, Chad Carlton, mentioned the importance of writing skills in any career, and it reminded me of an Inc. article I read about the demand for solid writers. The National Association of Colleges and Employers reports that 73 percent of employers want a candidate who can write. In fact, writing skills

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Few doubt that Muhammad Ali was the “The Greatest” heavyweight boxer of all times. Not to mention one of the most amazing, controversial, well-known, influential and admired world figures over the past 100 years. Not bad for a poor kid from Louisville’s West End. By Unknown - Dutch National Archives, The Hague, Fotocollectie Algemeen Nederlands Persbureau (ANEFO), 1945-1989 bekijk toegang 2.24.01.04 Bestanddeelnummer 924-3060, CC BY-SA 3.0 nl,Since his passing, much has been written about his

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I’m not one of “those writers” who is always arguing for more space. Nearly everything I write is better when you cut it by 10 percent. I know that. Brevity is the soul of “having any chance to be read.” As a journalist, I watched standard story length fall from about 30 inches when I started, to 13 inches or less when I left. And then came Twitter. Oh dear Twitter. When I add a

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