Business & Meetings

Business

Business travelers find a variety of accommodations options in ShelbyKY, including brand name chain hotels, downtown lofts and countryside lodges, ideal for retreats, training seminars and off-site meetings.

With three dozen restaurants – everything from coffeehouses to locally-owned cafés to fine dining establishments – business travelers will find a venue to fit their schedule, whether dining alone or meeting with colleagues.

  • New bourbon-centric restaurant opens in Shelbyville, KY. Bourbon Kitchen at 524 creates inclusive community gathering space...

  • Planning has begun for the next step toward building a Visitor Center at the new Bulleit Distilling Co. in Shelbyville, KY....

  • ShelbyKY Tourism received 3 Bronze Traverse for its 2017 Marketing Campaigns. Kentucky travel and tourism businesses and marketing organizations vie for Traverse Awards. An international fashion brand recently opened at The Outlet Shoppes of the Bluegrass and the recently closed Science Hill Inn as reopened under new management. Read more......

  • Shelbyville, Simpsonville and Shelby County continue to draw visitors to its many attractions, restaurants, shops and lodgings. Last year, these visitors spent over $180,000 on any given day and generated $30,063 in combined state and local tax revenues. This is great news for Shelby County, where tourist spending in our community for 2016 increased 4.7 percent over 2015....

  • Jeptha Creed Distillery is happy to announce it will be filling its 500th barrel on the date of the distillery’s first anniversary—which also happens to be Veteran’s Day. ...

  • Jeptha Creed and Kentucky Derby Festival officials announce Jeptha Creed as the Official Vodka of the Kentucky Derby Festival and the launch of their cocktail passport book....

  • Shelbyville, Simpsonville and Shelby County continue to draw visitors to its many attractions, restaurants, shops and lodgings. Last year, these visitors spent over $180,000 on any given day and generated $30,063 in combined state and local tax revenues. This is great news for Shelby County, where tourist spending in our community for 2016 increased 4.7 percent over 2015....

  • Simpsonville, KY marks the birthplace of Whitney Young, a leader in the Civil Rights Movement and lifelong warrior against employment discrimination who received the Medal of Freedom in 1968....

Meetings

ShelbyKY has meeting space in a variety of venues and many equipped with audio/visual equipment to accommodate the needs of up to 1,000: hotel conference rooms; countryside lodges, ideal for retreats, training seminars and off-site meetings; multipurpose rooms that can be adapted to specific meeting needs; restaurants that can provide meeting space as well as food service; and other unique facilities, including an enclosed pavilion on a farm, a barn, library, former gymnasium, theatre – even a renovated historic home that can seat up to 100.

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