Being thankful in 2020: C2 Strategic founder talks Kentucky’s greatest gifts

Most people will not celebrate Thanksgiving and other seasonal holidays this year because of COVID-19, but there are still plenty of reasons to be thankful.

C2 Strategic founder Chad Carlton encourages optimism for Kentuckians and anyone struggling through a tough year. He talked about his favorite things about the Bluegrass State and what he’s learned to be grateful for in 2020 in a recent article on BuildingKentucky.com.

Bourbon makes the list – no surprise there! – and Carlton digs deeper into the beauty of Kentucky, the value of helpful friends and loyal companions, and the things that make life’s challenges worthwhile.

Read the full list on BuildingKentucky.com.

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