Kentucky Chamber partners with Ky. Entrepreneur Hall of Fame

KEHOF2016-WebImageThe Kentucky Chamber is excited to announce a new partnership with Awesome Inc. and Sustainable Ventures Corporation on the Kentucky Entrepreneur Hall of Fame (KEHOF). The ceremony honors the legacies of Kentucky’s most successful entrepreneurs, while recognizing the inspirational impact they have on the future entrepreneurs of the Commonwealth.

Kentucky Chamber President and CEO Dave Adkisson, weighed in on the partnership, “The Kentucky Chamber is very excited about our new partnership with the Entrepreneur Hall of Fame. Through this partnership we hope to enhance the entrepreneurial environment of Kentucky and to celebrate the critical role entrepreneurs play in the state’s economic growth.”

KEHOF exists to raise awareness of the impact that entrepreneurship has made in Kentucky, and to encourage others to pursue similar ambitious endeavors. Co-founder Brian Raney had this to say about the partnership’s impact on increasing that awareness, “The Kentucky Chamber of Commerce has been a long-time supporter of the Hall of Fame and its mission to raise awareness of the impact that entrepreneurship has made in the Commonwealth. With their continued support, the Hall of Fame will be able to do even more to celebrate the stories of the inductees and focus additional resources toward future generations of entrepreneurs.”

Partnering on this special evening of networking, celebration and recognition affirms the Kentucky Chamber’s continued commitment to business, entrepreneurship and economic development in Kentucky. “I am so pleased about this new partnership and confident that the reach of the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce will enhance the impact of the Kentucky Entrepreneur Hall of Fame throughout the Commonwealth,” says Bobby Clark, co-founder of the KEHOF and president of Sustainable Business Ventures.

For more information about the Kentucky Entrepreneur Hall of Fame, visit

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