New Partnerships Manager Announced at Kentucky Venues

A familiar face is returning to Kentucky Venues in a new role. Jeff Zinner was recently announced as the new Partnerships Manager at the Kentucky Exposition Center. Jeff’s first experience at the Kentucky Exposition Center dates back to childhood, when he began showing lambs at the Kentucky State Fair. He fell in love with agriculture… Continue reading New Partnerships Manager Announced at Kentucky Venues

Kentucky Venues’ Human Resources Director to Retire, Amanda Cloyd Named as Successor

  After more than 25 years in state government, Paul Herberg the Kentucky Venue’s Director of Human Resources is retiring. Amanda Cloyd will step into the role following Herberg’s departure. Herberg has overseen hiring for both the Kentucky International Convention Center and Kentucky Exposition Center, as well as the seasonal workers who support the Kentucky… Continue reading Kentucky Venues’ Human Resources Director to Retire, Amanda Cloyd Named as Successor

National Farm Machinery Show Brings High Attendance and the Latest Equipment Trends to Louisville

Farmers and agribusiness professionals packed the halls of the National Farm Machinery Show (NFMS) for four-days of the latest farm equipment, educational seminars and exciting tractor pulls. More than 300,000 visitors and exhibitors attended the show, making it one of the largest-attended events at the Kentucky Exposition Center. The National Farm Machinery Show spanned 1.2… Continue reading National Farm Machinery Show Brings High Attendance and the Latest Equipment Trends to Louisville

2019 Championship Tractor Pull Previews

The tractors are on their way to Louisville. Whether you’re cheering red or green, trucks or tractors, there is an incomparable field of competitors gunning for the beach in Freedom Hall. If you want to know more about the competitors, many already champions in leagues across the country, click on the links below to get… Continue reading 2019 Championship Tractor Pull Previews

Navigation Experience for Patrons who are Visually Impaired Enhanced at Kentucky Venues

Kentucky Venues’ guests who are blind or visually impaired will soon have access to an innovative technology that will improve their ability to navigate around large spaces and events. Kentucky Venues, which operates the Kentucky International Convention Center (KICC) and the Kentucky Exposition Center (KEC) recently partnered with the American Printing House for the Blind… Continue reading Navigation Experience for Patrons who are Visually Impaired Enhanced at Kentucky Venues