The CEO Ride | Louisville, Kentucky – The Bourbon Trail
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Louisville, Kentucky – The Bourbon Trail

June 18 – 22, 2019

10 CEOs + 4 Days + 1 Open Road = A Full Throttle Business Experience

Don’t miss the opportunity to join fellow entrepreneurs for this executive ride where we’ll work on our businesses and enjoy some of the best riding there is through the Bourbon Trail.

Louisville is known for many things like horse racing, classic fried chicken, bluegrass music, the Louisville Slugger and being the birthplace of Muhammad Ali and bourbon. It’s also home to some of the best riding Kentucky has to offer with winding mountainside roads and plenty of scenic stops.

On this great ride, we’ll visit horse farms of Lexington, ride along Lake Cumberland and the Ohio River watching the barges and boats. There will be elevation changes to enjoy while rolling through the hilly farm country, picturesque small towns, twisty roads and ridges that offer panoramic views.

Kentucky Bourbon Trail
Peerless Whisky Co.

We’re here to work on our businesses first, second to explore the birthplace of bourbon and The Kentucky Bourbon Trail.  We’ll meet with some of the best distillers at the helm of Kentucky’s world-famous bourbon culture and hear how they’re preserving centuries of tradition while simultaneously creating a boom market for their products.

One our special evening activities will be a private dinner and tour with Corky Taylor of Kentucky Peerless Distilling Company. In just three years he’s resurrected the 50th distillery in America into one of the hottest brands. Forbes has even rated his Barrel Proof Rye the #4 best whisky in the U.S.

This trip will not only expand our knowledge of bourbon, but will open our minds to new approaches and perspectives we can bring to our businesses. With plenty of exploration, fellowship time and morning business workshop sessions, this will be a ride you don’t want to miss.