Louisville Independent Business Alliance

Local News
6:45 am
Mon March 24, 2014

Keep South Louisville Weird Survey Finds Desire For Restaurants, Shops

Credit Louisville Independent Business Alliance

South Louisville residents want more restaurants, clothing stores, entertainment and bookstores, according to a survey release recently by the Louisville Independent Business Alliance.

The survey asked the 515 respondents what types of businesses they'd like to see—specifically, they asked for Heine Brothers' Coffee, Blue Grass Brewing Co., Carmichael's Bookstore and other local businesses found in other parts of the city, LIBA said.

LIBA calls the campaign Keep South Louisville Weird. The alliance is also responsible for the Keep Louisville Weird campaign.

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6:31 pm
Mon December 2, 2013

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Local News
1:05 am
Mon May 27, 2013

Officials Launching 'Keep South Louisville Weird' Effort

townmapusa.com

The Louisville Independent Business Alliance and Metro Government officials are planning a series of events and programs designed to encourage the growth of locally-owned, independent businesses in south Louisville.

Alliance director Jennifer Rubenstein says people often associate independent businesses with the Highlands or Frankfort Avenue, but they’re in all areas of town, with many in south Louisville.

A “Keep South Louisville Weird” kickoff event will be held Wednesday at 5:30pm at Khalil’s on Dixie Highway in Valley Station.