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Three Great Things About Kentucky
Ah, Kentucky. It has one of the deepest southern atmospheres that can be found in the US. It's the Bluegrass State, where horse racing is king (you've probably heard of the Kentucky derby), and college basketball is the heir apparent (Wildcats, baby.) It's the state where tobacco is heavy and bourbon is manufactured; it's the place where the southerner's accent is as thick as syrup; it's the state whose love for the nation knows no bounds. Though more rural than other states, Kentucky is America; it embodies the virtues and flaws of the country, excitement and the monotony, the good and the bad. Any way you slice it, Kentucky is a great place to live and station a business. Here's why.
Kentucky Business Long Distance Plans: Sure, it doesn't mean much. In fact, you probably expected me to list something that is seemingly important. However, a Kentucky business long distance phone plans will save you tons of cash if you run a business here. The rates are paltry— usually, they're merely 3-5 cents a minute. Discounts are common; you will be able to structure your plan around the needs of your business, which is always a plus. The practicality of the Kentucky business long distance plans can't be denied. If you own a business, certainly look into it. If not, head onto reason 2.
The Events: Before, I hinted at the popularity of college basketball and horse racing. The Kentucky Derby occurs on an annual basis. It is one of the oldest horse racing traditions in the United States, having been established in 1875. It's connected with the Preakness Stakes (In Baltimore) and the Belmont Stakes (in New York), as the three form the triple crown, a coveted title by almost every Jockey. First, the horse must win the Kentucky Derby, then the Preakness and Belmont, in that order. Since 1875, the popularity hasn't slowed down a bit; in fact, the Derby is called "The Most Exciting Two Minutes in Sports."
And, not to be forgotten, is college basketball. The Kentucky Wildcats have the most wins and highest win percentage in all of college basketball, which is no small feat. It holds seven NCAA champions, and is second to only UCLA in this category. With this track record, it's easy to see why the Wildcats have millions of fans who either watch their games on the television or pay to see them play in their home arena.
The Pride: Needless to say, Kentuckians are proud of their state. They don't need a large metropolis to survive, they're fine with what they have. Everything is so familial in Kentucky— people aren't afraid to say hello or have a quick chat. With the attractions, the events, the people, there is so much to smile about.
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