Impact 2019


A Note From LPM’s President

Dear Friends,

Louisville is a dynamic city with a proud history and a bright future. Its public media organization both reflects that and challenges it. At Louisville Public Media, we inform, inspire and empower through independent news, music, education and experiences that reflect our diverse community.

A strong, free press is vital to a functioning democracy. In an increasingly complex world, where facts are dismissed and trust is at a deficit, the press must challenge, agitate and examine the leaders and issues that will define our future. It must also reflect and include its place — its music, art and people. It must represent, include and engage the creators and creations of its community.

These are urgent needs in our city, and Louisville Public Media will continue growing to meet them — thanks to your support.

The past year has been exciting, and I hope you enjoy reading the highlights listed below. I also hope you remember your important role in making them possible.

Stephen George, President, Louisville Public Media

Stephen George
Louisville Public Media

Inform. Inspire. Empower. Everyone.


Louisville Public Media informs, inspires and empowers through independent news, music, education and experiences that reflect our diverse community.


We will be the trusted, independent voice for the curious and engaged citizens of our diverse community and beyond.


Monthly Broadcast Listeners


Unique Monthly Web Visitors


Monthly Stream Listeners


Monthly Podcast Downloads


Social Media Followers

159,000 Events


LPM Hosted Events


Kids Reached Through Education Programs


* Copyright © 2019 The Nielsen Company. Nielsen Radio Summary Data Spring 2019; LOUISVILLE; Metro; Monday-Sunday 5A-5A; Persons 12+

Louisville Public Media WFPL

89.3 WFPL News Louisville is an independent, nonpartisan daily news outlet that reports on our city, state and region without fear or favor. We do fact-based reporting that is free from political and corporate influence. We are Louisville’s NPR affiliate that produces and distributes daily journalism via broadcast, digital audio and online.

Louisville Public Media WUOL

90.5 WUOL Classical Louisville gives life to our city’s cultural community. With 24/7 classical music and fine arts features, interviews and event listings, we offer a unique local connection. We champion area artists and cultural institutions, and we offer an escape from our raucous world with music that feeds the soul and expertise that illuminates the art.

Louisville Public Media WFPK

91.9 WFPK Independent Louisville is our region’s award-winning hub for independent, alternative music and American gems like jazz and bluegrass. We introduce you to significant new music, connect you to Louisville’s best and play your long-time favorites for an eclectic mix. And we bring our community together with regular concerts and events, such as WFPK Waterfront Wednesday.

Louisville Public Media KyCIR

The Kentucky Center for Investigative Reporting is a nonprofit, nonpartisan newsroom that produces investigative journalism that affects you, your neighborhood, and your Commonwealth. Our mission is to protect society’s most vulnerable citizens, expose wrongdoing in the public and private sectors, increase transparency in government and hold leaders accountable.

Louisville Public Media Ohio Valley ReSource

The Ohio Valley ReSource is a regional journalism collaborative reporting on economic and social change in Kentucky, Ohio and West Virginia. With support from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, seven public media outlets across the three states partner to form the ReSource in order to strengthen news coverage of the area’s most important issues, including the economy, energy, environment, food, health and infrastructure.

Louisville Public Media Do502

Do502 is Louisville’s go-to calendar service. We provide event listings for more than 150 venues and organizations across the metro area. We also serve as the how-to manual for experiencing the city. Want to do Derby or Forecastle right? Want to know what bars allow dogs, where you can get a taco, or which brunch spots are family-friendly? Our lists have you covered.


“Louisville has the greatest public radio of any place I have lived. I appreciate hearing local, national, and global news as well as the community involvement and investment from LPM… Public radio is a gem and needs to be supported!”

~ Tabitha Mead

WFPL’s In Conversation

WFPL’s In Conversation

89.3 WFPL launched In Conversation with Rick Howlett, a weekly, live talk show on Fridays at 11 a.m. The hour-long show features expert guests and gives everyone a chance to join the conversation by phone or social media. In the first year, topics included the Castleman statue debate, pro sports in Louisville, medical marijuana, and Kentucky’s pension predicament. In Conversation airs again at 8 p.m. on Fridays and is also available as a podcast.

Fatal Flaws

Fatal Flaws

KyCIR reporter Eleanor Klibanoff and Ohio Valley ReSource editor Jeff Young spent nearly six months working on our “Fatal Flaws” investigation, in collaboration with the Center for Public Integrity. Our reporting found that Kentucky’s worker safety program failed to properly investigate nearly every on-the-job death for two years. After the story was released, the Kentucky Labor Cabinet announced reforms related to occupational safety and health compliance.

Louisville Public Media Election Coverage

Election Coverage

89.3 WFPL stayed busy with the 2018 general election in November and the primary election in May. We hosted live, televised mayoral and congressional debates in our performance studio in the fall. Our comprehensive 2018 Voter Guide was the most read story on of the year. Jeremy Hobson of the NPR show Here and Now traveled to Louisville to host the nationally broadcast show live from our studios on Kentucky’s primary election day. He also joined a group of donors in our performance studio for a discussion that evening as live election results came in.

Experimenting with Virtual Reality

Experimenting with Virtual Reality

Louisville Public Media experimented with two virtual reality projects this year. On 89.3 WFPL, a grant from Journalism 360 and the Online News Association enabled us to dive deep into youth homelessness. We filmed two interactive VR videos on the issue and hosted an event in our studios for people to view them. On 91.9 WFPK, we broadcast two performances in VR – first with Sheryl Crow at the Old Forester Distillery and later in our studios with St. Paul & the Broken Bones. The videos are available via Endless Riff.

WFPK Mental Health Day

WFPK Mental Health Day

The first WFPK Mental Health Day was held on the 20th anniversary of the beloved “XO” album by Elliott Smith. It was an emotional and uplifting day. Listeners called to share their stories of struggle and the songs that helped them through and requested songs in honor of loved ones. We received enough requests to program the entire day. Experts and advocates joined us live in the studio to talk about how to support friends and family living with mental illness and how to access resources.

Tough and Universal 89.3 WFPL released “Tough and Universal: Stories of Grit

Tough and Universal

89.3 WFPL released “Tough and Universal: Stories of Grit,” a six-part series produced in partnership with IDEAS xLab. Each story is a first-person account of people in the Louisville community who’ve overcome a significant challenge and thrived despite the odds. They’re hopeful stories in a world that’s often full of the opposite.

Louisville Public Media War of the Worlds

War of the Worlds

All three Louisville Public Media stations broadcast a special performance of War of the Worlds exactly 80 years after Orson Welles’ original radio drama adaptation caused panicked listeners to flood emergency call centers. Kentucky Shakespeare performed the play, which was recorded in front of a live audience in our performance studio during the month of October.

The Music Box Chosen for PRX Catapult

The Music Box Chosen for PRX Catapult

90.5 WUOL’s music education podcast, The Music Box, was chosen for Project Catapult, a podcast accelerator from PRX, funded by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. The program helped staff from Louisville Public Media re-imagine the second season of the podcast. The Music Box is now more interactive, and it uses National Arts Standards to focus each lesson on musical objectives for the young learner.

Louisville Music Awards

Louisville Music Awards

91.9 WFPK celebrated Louisville’s diverse music community with the Louisville Music Awards. Backed by the Louisville Public Media All-Star Band, the LMAs were an evening of live, never-before-seen music collaborations and special performances highlighting the honorees.

WUOL New Lens

New Lens

90.5 WUOL kicked off New Lens, a series of free concerts and conversations at 21c Museum Hotel exploring diverse and intriguing sounds and ideas in new music, art and society. The inaugural New Lens featured violinist Rob Simonds playing the complete works for solo violin by Missy Mazzoli and pianist Cristina Spinei playing her chamber work “Superstitions” written for Nashville Ballet.

National Shows Come to Louisville

National Shows Come to Louisville

In October, 89.3 WFPL welcomed Snap Judgment LIVE! with Glynn Washington for the show’s first-ever live event in Kentucky at the Brown Theatre. In June, we welcomed Live From Here with Chris Thile to a packed Iroquois Amphitheater. The two-hour performance was broadcast live across the nation on nearly 600 public radio stations.

2019 Investigations

More Investigations

The Kentucky Center for Investigative Reporting released several more stories that prompted changes, including: acknowledgement of problems at a bed-bug-infested public housing complex and subsequent improvements; coverage of asset forfeiture that prompted legislation; and increased transparency from the Kentucky Horse Racing Commission. We also fought two lawsuits from state agencies attempting to hide public information. We won both cases, and the state was ordered to release the names of employees accused of sexual harassment on the job.

Music Education

Music Education

Last year, we reached more than 15,000 youth in our community through our music education programs. Program Manager Jecorey Arthur engages children with classical music with programs like Music and Movement, Composers Club, Classical Corner and the Young Artist Competition.

Ohio Valley ReSource

Ohio Valley ReSource

The U.S. Department of Justice filed a civil lawsuit against 23 coal companies, seeking more than $4.7 million in unpaid fines and fees for mine safety and health violations. The delinquent fines were brought to light by investigations by NPR and the Ohio Valley ReSource as the Justice companies’ overdue debts ballooned to more than $4 million in 2018. The Ohio Valley ReSource is a regional journalism collaborative led by Louisville Public Media.

Next Louisville: Youth Voices

Next Louisville: Youth Voices

The Next Louisville: Youth Voices project is a collaboration between 89.3 WFPL News and the Community Foundation of Louisville that explores issues of consequence to our city and its future. This year, we began focusing on the city’s youth, working with young people to tell their stories and highlight issues that matter to them. The project has brought young people together for community conversations and a bi-monthly talk show that has helped them tell their own stories.


“I enjoy listening to WFPL, WUOL, and WFPK on my way to and from work each day. I am proud that Louisville has a wide range of independent public radio that offers unbiased local and national news, peaceful classical music, and unique musical artists. Thank you for contributing to our community.”

~ Evan Hancock

Louisville Public Media

Rusty Hubcap Award

Won an award for “Outstanding Performance” with vehicle donations in 2018 compared to hundreds of other public radio stations.

91.9 WFPK

Best Local Radio Station

91.9 WFPK was recognized as “Best Local Radio Station” in the 2018 LEO Readers’ Choice Awards

89.3 WFPL, KyCIR & OVR

Awards for Excellence in Health Care Journalism

The Awards for Excellence in Health Care Journalism recognize the best health reporting in print, broadcast and online media.

  • 2019 Award in the Consumer/feature (large) category for Fatal Flaws: How Kentucky Is Failing Its Workers, a collaboration between the Kentucky Center for Investigative Reporting, the Ohio Valley ReSource and the Center for Public Integrity.

Edward R. Murrow Award

The Radio Television Digital News Association honors outstanding achievements in electronic journalism.

  • 2019 Regional Award — Overall Excellence
  • 2019 Regional Award — Investigative Reporting for “Fatal Flaws”
  • 2019 Regional Award — Excellence in Writing for Ryan Van Velzer’s Environmental Reporting

Investigative Reporters and Editors

The country’s top investigative journalism association honors the best work in the nation.

  • 2018 Investigative Radio – Finalist – “Fatal Flaws”

Kentucky Associated Press Broadcasters

Louisville Public Media’s news teams took home five first place awards, including an award for Overall Excellence (which included submissions from everyone in the newsroom).

Other first place awards included:

Green Eyeshade Award

The Society of Professional Journalists’ annual Green Eyeshade Awards honor the best online, radio, print, and television journalism in the southeastern United States.

  • 2019 Investigative Reporting (Radio) — 1st Place — “A Louisville Family Reported Sexual Abuse By A Coach. He Worked With Kids For 15 More Years.”
  • 2019 Investigative Reporting (Radio) — 2nd Place — “Despite Calls For Help, Bedbugs Infest Louisville Public Housing Complex.”
  • 2019 Public Service In Radio Journalism — 1st Place — “Fatal Flaws.”

Excellence In Financial Journalism Awards

The Excellence in Financial Journalism Awards, sponsored by the New York State Society of CPAs, honor the best in business news journalism from across the nation.

  • 2019 Best Audio, Small Media — “Fatal Flaws: How Kentucky Is Failing Its Workers”

SPJ Louisville

Seven first place awards including:


Fiscal Year: July 1, 2018 – June 30, 2019.

“We enjoy the in-depth coverage, informed interviews and outstanding reporting – national, international and local stories from the KyCIR. And sometimes we take a break from the news and listen to WUOL or WFPK. What you do is important.”

~ Rhoda & Larry Meier

2019 LPM Revenue

Business Sponsorships
Federal Funding
Other Revenue

2019 LPM Expenses

Programming & Operations
Management & Administration

Ending Net Assets: $8,422,215

Total Revenue: $6,371,548
Total Expenses: $7,105,036

Membership Trend
2019 LPM Membership


Fiscal Year: July 1, 2018 – June 30, 2019.

“Depending on you to keep me informed on unbiased news reporting, a rare commodity these days! And relaxing to classical music or jazz is just terrific!”

~ Fay Obergfell

Todd P. Lowe, Chair
Susan Moss, Secretary/Treasurer
Eric Carrig, Chair Elect
Tyler N. Allen
Muhammad Babar
John La Barbera

Gail R. Becker
Ann Coffey
José Neil Donis
Linda Sorenson Ewald
Nichelle Freer
Brenda Hart
Gill Holland

Nima Kulkarni
Heather McHold
Keith Runyon
Abby Shue
Andrew J. Simon
Wendy Sirchio
Peter Wayne


“Beacon in the dark, you are. 89.3 is my go to for fact based news. 91.9 is my anchor when it comes to great music.”

~ Dan Wice

Mac Brown, Chair
Laura Warren, Vice Chair
Kate Caufield
Marie Dever
Yodit Dori

Scott Estes
Eric Guverich
Mary Ellen Harned
Cassia Herron
P. Kime Le

Edgardo Mansilla
Brian Martin
Mazen Mari
Pam Michael
William Morrow

Donna Peak
Todd Read
Annette Skaggs
Jessica Stavros
Natalie Stelzer
Kenisha Thompson


“I am happy to support public radio in Louisville – I appreciate the news, the investigative reporting, and the classical music on WUOL.”

~ Nijel Clayton

Stephen George, President and General Manager
Daniel Gilliam, Director of Radio and Classical Program Director WUOL
Ellen Oost, Director of Development
Stacy Owen, Program Director WFPK
Erica Peterson, Director of News & Programming
Kirsten Pfalzgraf, Director of Engagement
Gray Smith, Director of Advancement & Corporate Support
Charles Spivey, Chief Technology Officer
Dennis Stovall, Chief Financial Officer
Ryland Barton, Capitol Bureau Chief
Bill Burton, Host, Morning Edition
R.G. Dunlop, Investigative Reporter
Amina Elahi, City Reporter
Laura Ellis, Podcast Editor
Ron Fisher, Host, Midday
Jill Fox, Host
Jonese Franklin, News Editor
Lisa Gillespie, Health Reporter
Kate Howard, Managing Editor, KyCIR
Rick Howlett, Broadcast Editor
Kyeland Jackson, Associate Producer
Alexandra Kanik, Data Journalist
Eleanor Klibanoff, Investigative Reporter
Caitlin McGlade, Investigative Reporter
Jacob Ryan, Investigative Reporter
Liz Schlemmer, Education Reporter
Roxanne Scott, Economy Reporter
Ashlie Stevens, Arts and Culture Reporter
Ryan Van Velzer, Environment Reporter
Jean West, Host, All Things Considered
Jeff Young, Managing Editor, OVR
Jecorey Arthur, Music Education ManagerAlan Brandt, Host
Kyle Meredith, Music Director
Duke Meyer, Host
Laura Shine, Assistant Program Director
John Timmons, Host
Matt Anthony
Alex Bell, Aaron Chadwell & Sam Sneed
Aaron Bibelhauser
Big Howell & Possum
Mel Fisher
Benny Harris
JPB & JP Source
Otis Junior
John LaBarbera
Bob Mitchell
Mark Murdock
Danny O’Bryan
Sheryl Rouse
Sir Microcosm (Dave Givan)
Dick Sisto
Woodrow on the Radio
Michael Young
Ashlee Clark Thompson, Culture EditorJP Hill, Promotion & Sales StrategistMeg Samples, Associate Producer, WFPK Host
Debbie Clauson, Account Specialist
Sean Cannon, Senior Digital Strategist
J Tyler Franklin, Visual Media Producer
Robert Johnson, Producer
Eric Matthews, Broadcast Engineer
Kojin Tashiro, Associate Producer
Russell Wells, Technical Operations Manager
Brad Yost, Producer
Rachel Firkins, Membership & Volunteer CoordinatorBriana Kinkead, Sustainer Membership CoordinatorKelly Wilkinson, Membership Manager
Tajah McQueen, Events CoordinatorRachel Raphael, Engagement Coordinator
Savannah Burke, Integrated Media Sales Representative
Randy Cook, Jr., Corporate Sponsorship Representative
Mindy Fulner, Designer
Jennifer Goodman, Traffic Manager
John Grantz, Senior Corporate Marketing Representative
Tracy Karem, Corporate Marketing Representative
Bryan McFarland, KPRN Corporate Marketing Representative
Scott Stephens, Corporate Marketing Representative


Fiscal Year: July 1, 2018 – June 30, 2019.





Business Sponsors




More than 90 percent of our funding comes from the local community. Click below to see a list of partners and business sponsors who made our work possible last year. Special thanks to the local, regional and national foundations who support Louisville Public Media, and especially to the 13,000+ members who invest in our success each year.

21c Museum Hotel
Actors Theatre of Louisville
Ali Center
Al Dia En America
Americana Community Center
Bourbon Baroque
Chamber Music Society of Louisville
Commonwealth Theatre
Community Foundation of Louisville
Consequence of Sound
Covering Climate Now
Endless Riff
Ideas XLab
KY Humane Society
Kentucky Derby Festival
Kentucky Opera
Kentucky Shakespeare
League of Women Voters
Louisville Chamber Choir
Louisville Free Public Library
Louisville Orchestra
Louisville Story Program
NouLou Chamber Players
Speed Museum
The Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts
U of L School of Music
Waterfront Development Corporation
WAVE 3 News
WE Day Kentucky
21st Century Parks
3 Day Event
502 Power Yoga
7 Sense Festival
A.N. Roth
Abbey Rd. on the River
AC Entertainment
AC Entertainment-
Actors Theatre Direct
Advantage Investment Management
AEG/Messina Group
Air Pollution Control District
Alliance Francaise de Louisville
Alpha Leasing
American Red Cross
Americana Community Center
Anchal Project
Antiques at Distillery Commons
Archdiocese of Louisville
Arctic Scoop
Art of the Piano Festival
Arts Association of Oldham County
AT&T Kentucky
B. Mindful Louisville
Baird/Hilliard Lyons
Baptist Health
Barr Farms
Bats Baseball
Baxter's Corner
BC Plumbing
Beards & Beers
Bearno's Pizza
Beaver Productions
Belknap Fall Fest
Bernheim Forest
Better Business Bureau
Big Four Arts Festival
Bike Together
Bisig Labor Day Weekend Fest
Blackacre Conservancy
Bloomington Music Expo
Blue Grass Motorsport
Blues Brews & Barbecue
Bourbon & Beyond
Bourbon Baroque, Inc.
Bourbon Hall
Boys and Girls Haven
Brasserie Provence
Bridgehaven Mental Health Services
Bristol Bar & Grille
Brown Forman Community Relations
Brownsboro Dermatology
Brownsboro Hardware and Paint
Bryan Armstrong
Buckhead Mountain Grill
Bunbury Theatre
Butchertown Neighborhood Association
C.A.S.A. of the River Region
Calvary Episcopal Church
Capacity Care
Captain's Quarters
Carnegie Center for Art & History
Casual Living Worldwide
Catholic Charities
Cave Hill Cemetery & Heritage Foundation
CBD Hemp Oil
Center for Gifted Studies
Center for Interfaith Relations
Center for Neighborhoods
Center for Women/Families
Central Bank
Centre College
Centric Consulting
Chamber Music Society of Louisville
Christ Church United Methodist
Christopher Kurtz Attorney
Churchill Downs
Clark Memorial Health
Class Act Credit Union
Coalition For the Homeless
Come Back Inn
Commonwealth Theatre
Community Foundation
Concordia Lutheran Church
Consider Boutique
Cooking at the Cottage
Cox's Smokers Outlet & Spirit Shoppe
Cropped Out Festival
Crowne Plaza Louisville Airport
Cullinan Associates
Cultivating Connections
Cunningham Door & Window
Dages Hikes Point Paint and Wall Paper
Dairy Kastle
Daniel Fabulic Insurance Agency
Danny Zelisko Presents
Dare to Care Food Bank
Denny Financial Group
Derby City Antique Mall
Derby Dinner
DeSales High School
Dragon King's Daughter
Drepung Gomang Center
Earlham College
Earth & Spirit Center
Eastwood Village Council
El Mundo
Elizabethtown Heritage Council
Emporium Presents
Episcopal Church Home
Eve Theatre Company
Every Commute Counts
Everything Will Be OK
Eye Care Institute
Family Health Centers
Ferdinand Folk Festival
Festival Cuisine & Spirits
Filson Historical Society
Flea Off Market
Floyd Street Stock Exchange
Food Literacy Project
Forecastle Festival
Foxhollow Farms
Frankfort Ave. Business Assoc.
Frazier History Museum
Fund for the Arts
Garage Bar
Garvin Gate Blues
Gatton College of Business & Economics
Good Neighbor Festivals
Goodwill Industries of Kentucky
Grateville Dead
Gravely Brewery
Greater Louisville Inc.
Greenhaven Tree Care
Half Price Books
Headliner's Music Hall
Heine Brothers Coffee
Hello Spoke
Henderson Music Company
Hermitage Farm ITC
Highland Baptist Church
Highland Cleaners
Highland Commerce Guild
Highland Community Ministries
Highland Presbyterian Church
Highlands Latin School
Highview Friday Fest
Holiday Pottery Sale
Holsopple Brewing
Hometown Rising
Hosparus Health
Independence Bank
Inner Spring Yoga
Interfaith Paths to Peace
Intl. Bluegrass Music Hall of Fame & Museum
Iron Crafters LLC
Isenberg Spray Foam
J&R Adventures
Jane Austen Festival
Jefferson Memorial Forest
Jeffersonville Main Street Inc.
John Hartford Memorial Festival
Jugband Jubilee
Just Creations
Kanifani in Kentucky
Ken Comb's Running Store
Kentuckiana Blues Society
Kentuckiana Works
Kentucky Author Forum
Kentucky Center for African American Heritage
Kentucky College of Art & Design
Kentucky Community and Technical Colleges
Kentucky Crafted Market
Kentucky Derby Museum
Kentucky Education Savings Plan Trust
Kentucky Falun Dafa Association
Kentucky Humanities
Kentucky Lottery Corp.
Kentucky Museum of Art & Craft
Kentucky Public Service Commission
Kentucky Refugee Ministries
Kentucky Science Center
Kentucky Select Properties
Kentucky Shakespeare
Kentucky to the World
Kentucky Transportation Cabinet
Kentucky WiseWood
Kiel Thomson Company
Kindred Healthcare
KY Coalition Against Domestic Violence
KY Guild of Brewers
Ky Humane Society
Ky Opera
Land Line Presents
Langsford Learning Acceleration Center
Leadership Louisville Center
Lebowski Fest
Legacies Unlimited
Lewis Honors College
LG&E and KU Services Co.
Limbwalker Tree Service
Live From Here
Live Nation-
Locust Grove
Look Alive
Loud House Music Festival
Louder Than Life - DPW
Louisville ADHD
Louisville Chorus
Louisville Classical Academy
Louisville Free Public Library
Louisville Independent Business Alliance
Louisville Leopards Percussionists
Louisville Maker Faire
Louisville Master Chorale
Louisville Orchestra
Louisville Palace
Louisville Parks Foundation
Louisville Pipe Band
Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary
Louisville Salt Cave
Louisville Visual Art
Louisville Water Company
Magpie 3x3
Masonic Homes of Kentucky
Master Musicians Festival
Matt Anthony's Record Store
McConnell Center
Media Event
Mercedes-Benz of Louisville
Mercury Ballroom
Mercy Academy
Merkley-Kendrick Jewelers
Merridian Home Furnishing
Metro Office of Mayor Events
Metro United Way
Mile Wide Beer Co.
Miller's Fancy Bath & Kitchen
Mission Data
Montessori School of Louisville
Morgan Atkinson
Mortenson Dental
Mount Saint Francis
Mountjoy Chilton Medley
Mperfect Design
Muhammad Ali Center
Murphy's Camera
Nanz & Kraft Florists
National Alliance on Mental Illness
National Shows 2.
Nearly New Shop
Neil Huffman Subaru
Old Forester
Old Louisville Neighborhood Council
Old Louisville Spring Fest
Oldham County Historical Center
Olmsted Parks Conservancy
Outback Concerts
Pandora Productions
Parkside Bikes
Passport Health Plan
Peace Education Foundation
Pete Fest
Play Dance Bar
PNC Foundation
PNC Marketing
Pohl Rosa Pohl
Portland Now, Inc.
Prodigal Ministries
Production Simple
Proof on Main
Quest Outdoors
Rainbow Blossom
Reach Evaluation
Red Bull North America
Reggae Fest
Republic Bank
Republic Distributing
River City Distributing
Riverside Farnsley Moremen Landing, Inc.
Rye on Market
Sacred Heart Schools
Sassy Fox
School of Rock Louisville
Second Street Neighborhood Assoc.
Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill
Shred 415
Sister Dragonfly
Sleep Health Center
Software Guild/Learning House
Sonic Temple
Southern Crossings Pottery Festival
Southern Hospitality Concessions
Southside Entertainment
Spalding University
Speed Art Musuem
St. Agnes Church
St. Francis in the Fields
St. Francis School
St. James Court Art Show
St. John Center
St. Matthews Episcopal Church
St. Meinrad
St. Vincent de Paul
St. Williams Church
Stage One
Standard Sales
Stites and Harbison
Stoll, Keenon, and Ogden LLP
Sullivan University System, Inc.
Suntime Pools West
The Bard's Town Theatre
The Fresh Market
The Hub
The Irish Rover
The Kentucky Center
The Louisville Ballet
The Louisville Zoo
The Marvelous Mystery
Theatre 502
TheraPLACE Learning Center
Thomas Jeff Unitarian Ch.
Toyota - CRTDAA
Transylvania University
Trinity High School
Two Men & A Truck
U of L Anne Braden Institute for Social Justice
U of L Community Relations
U of L Dance Academy
U of L Hospital - Brown Cancer Center
U of L Interdisciplinary Studies
U of L J.B. Speed School of Engineering
U of L Office of Communication & Marketing
U of L Online Learning
University of Louisville Dept. of Psychiatry
University of Louisville Sch. of Music
University of Louisville Theatre Arts
Uptown Cafe
Vacuum Authority
Vein Treatment and Aesthetic Center
Via Studio
Virginia Chance School
Visit Madison, Inc.
Wallitsch Garden Center
Water With Blessings, Inc.
Waterfront Botanical Gardens
Wild & Woolly Pilates
Wilson & Muir Bank & Trust
Wiltshire Pantry
Woodford Reserve
World Affairs Council of KY & So. IN
Yew Dell Gardens
Zach Bramel

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