Do you ever look at someone and think, “I bet they have an amazing story,” or think, “I’d really like to know more about them?” I do and thus the new series on Adventures in Lexington entitled, Humans of Lexington.
Adventures in Lexington is proud to feature anyone in the greater Lexington area that in some way fits into our tag line of, “Eat, Stay, Play…. Repeat.” Do you wonder about your tour guide at an attraction, maybe the chef at the local restaurant or the owners of the bed and breakfast? What about the bar tender who mixed that amazing cocktail you are drinking or the buyer at your favorite gift shop?
And the list goes on.
Recommend someone (or even yourself) to be an interviewed at adventuresinlexington (at) gmail (dot) com. Please include a brief introduction or bio and any intriguing questions you’d like us to ask.
Who’s been featured on Humans of Lexington
#1 Michael Blowen – Old Friends Farm
#2 Stephanie M – Toyota Visitors Center
#3 Ashlee Chilton – KY Horse Park, International Museum of the Horse
#4 Linda Webster – Georgetown/Scott County Tourism
#5 Lee Carter – Kentucky 3 Day Event
#6 Mary Quinn Ramer – Visit Lex
#7 Amy Biesl – Kentucky Horse Park, International Museum of the Horse
#8 Lori Saunders – Georgetown/Scott County Tourism
#9 Tim Wright – Wise Bird Cider
#10 Lenny Shulman – Author
#11 Amy Nelson – Kentucky Horse Park, American Saddlebred Museum
#12 Luis and Nancy Dominguez – Lexington Ballet
#13 DH – Country Boy Brewing
#14 Jason Ritchey – Historic Boone Tavern – Coming April 6
#15 Rachel Berry – Kentucky Horse Park Volunteer – Coming April 13
#16 David Dean – Keeneland – Coming April 20