Business owners will reap the economic benefits of the Kentuckiana Pride Festival

TWO YEARS. THE CELEBRATIONS STARTED BRIGHT AND EARLY HERE NREA THE BIG FOUR BRGEID AND THE CROWD HAS CONTINUED TO GROW SINCE AND ALL THESE PEOPLE COULDN’T BE A BETTER SIGN FOR THESE VENDORS. WEOT G HERE AT 8:30 INITIALLY. YEAH, AND THEY WERE NOT THE ONLY ONE OF THE DOZENS OF BUSINESS OWNERS TO MAKE THE BIG, BRIGHT LAWN HERE AND EARLY SATURDAY TO TURN THE TSEHE TENTS INTO MANY STORES. HOPEING TO GET THE ATTENTION OF BIG KENTUCKY BUSINESS. CROWD WE WERE HERE LAST YEAR. IT’S AT LEAST DOUBLE THE ATTENDANCE AND IT’S SO FUN AS RETURNING VENDORS LIKE BE ABLE SERVICES OWNERS GOT TO SEE A BIGGER THAN NORMAL CROWD FOR THE FIRST TIME LIKE EBONY NEVILLE. ARE JUST HAPPY TO REAP THE BENEFITS. I TRY TO BUILD ANY EMPIRE TO START SOMEWHERE. SO WE START HERE NOW EVENT ORGANIZERS SAY TOTAL. THERE ARE APPROXIMATELY ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY.

Dozens of business owners hope to reap economic benefits from Kentuckiana Pride Festival

Now that the Kentuckiana Pride Festival is in full swing, vendors are excited. COVID-19 had put the festivities on hold for two years, now with festival goers returning, business owners can expect to see some benefits. “I’m trying to build an empire so it starts somewhere, so it starts here and now,” said salesman Ebony Nevell. Event organizers say that in total there were about 150 vendors at the Louisville event.

Now that the Kentuckiana Pride Festival is in full swing, vendors are thrilled.

COVID-19 had put the festivities on hold for two years, now that festival-goers are back, business owners can expect to see some benefits.

“I’m trying to build an empire so it starts somewhere, so it starts here and now,” said salesman Ebony Nevell.

Event organizers say that in total there were about 150 vendors at the Louisville event.

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