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The Frankfort Avenue Business Association (FABA) announces the recipients of the 2016 Good Neighbor and Business of the Year Awards on Saturday, December 3rd during the Olde-Tyme Christmas Celebration.
The 2016 Business of Year Award, given to a business that is extremely involved in the local community, is being presented to The Hub Louisville. The Hub is centrally located on the Avenue and has made brilliant use of the space, which had been a tire company. The Hub has made great efforts to connect with the community, even before they opened, to quell any concerns that the neighbors may have about noise, parking, and litter. The Hub has hosted many neighborhood events, including the first annual Money for the Bunny karaoke fundraiser in 2016. The Hub is a perfect spot for a meal, light appetizers, drinks, games, private functions, and dancing. Business partners Eric Wentworth and Talmage Collins serve on the FABA board as co-VPs of the Frankfort Avenue Trolley Hop.
The Good Neighbor Award is given to an individual or business recognized for their work to improve the quality of life in the community. This year, the Good Neighbor award is presented to Mark Gaff. Mark currently serves as President of the Crescent Hill Community Council. Through his work with the council he has brought increased involvement with new and younger neighbors. He and his husband Jack Tindal have been featured on the Crescent Hill Garden Tour and Crescent Hill Home Tour. He works tirelessly organizing a variety of events, including removing china berry vines around the neighborhood. Mark most recently purchased the Crescent Hill Trading Company at the corner of Frankfort Avenue and So. Bayly.
The Awards will be presented by District 9 Councilman Bill Hollander at 2:00 pm at Margaret’s Consignment at 2700 Frankfort Avenue during the Olde-Tyme Christmas celebration.
FABA is thrilled to announce the launch our new website! We worked with local graphic designer Ty Kreft to update and modernize the web experience for our member businesses and neighbors. Now it will be a breeze to keep up to date on all of the happenings on The Avenue, renew your membership, and much more!
We'd love to hear your feedback on the new site so we can continue to serve the community to the best of our ability. There are lots of exciting things on the horizon for FABA and The Avenue, so be sure you check back often.
In The News
Frankfort Avenue Easter Parade – The Courier Journal, 2016
New Breakfast Spot Opens on Frankfort Avenue – WDRB, 2014
Seven To-Die-For Frankfort Avenue Edibles – Louisville.com, 2014
Frankfort Avenue featured as a holiday shopping destination – Her Scene Magazine, 2013/2014
Frankfort Avenue Retailers Featured in "Where To Shop in Louisville" – Louisville.com, 2013
Frankfort Avenue Celebrates International Women's Day – InsiderLouisville.com, 2013
Do the Derby – Southern Living Magazine, 2013
Antiquing with Susan – The Herald-Times, 2012
FAT Friday fattens up the trolley route for the first time in 8 years – InsiderLouisville.com, 2012
Louisville Named One of the South’s Tastiest Towns – Southern Living Magazine, 2012
Crescent Hill Named One of the South’s Best Comeback Neighborhoods – Southern Living Magazine, 2010
Lexie’s Trading Post: Locally Made Skin Care Products Are Just The Beginning – Voice-Tribune, 2012
New Public Parking for Frankfort Avenue in Clifton – Courier-Journal, 2012
Redheads Have All the Fun at FAT Friday Maker’s Mark Trolley Hop – WHAS-11 TV, 2012