Life would be simple if year after year we just duplicated The Voice-Tribune’s Best Dressed of Louisville Presented by Churchill Downs event. But it’s our job to guarantee that we bring the audience something new and jaw-dropping that leaves you wanting more.
However, success doesn’t just happen; we stay motivated and strive together as a team until the end result is perfect. Since its debut almost six years ago, Best Dressed has become a top-notch fashion show with a theatrical twist and a vibe that feels as though you’ve left Louisville.
We live in a society in which staying on top of your craft is no easy task. Tough competition is always lurking around. It’s hardly a secret that one of the keys to success is to be surrounded with people who strive for the same goal. At the helm of Best Dressed again this year and our guiding force is Douglas Riddle. He certainly thrives under pressure and unconsciously brings out the best in those around him.
At The Voice-Tribune, we understand that it is our privilege to bring you this amazing event year after year, and we strive to make it unique from the previous years with the help of the Louisville Marriott Downtown, which is as passionate as we are to put together a memorable event. We’ve spent months going over past events, trying to focus on things to make this year truly “one for the books.”
Your voice is important during the voting process, so this serves as your call for nominations. Remember, you may nominate a woman, man and couple every day from April 28 to May 19.
Let’s not forget the reason we work so diligently and ask the community to join hands with us – the benefiting charity again this year is Dress for Success Louisville. While the organization is best known for providing suits to women, its employment retention program is the cornerstone of its success.
Dress for Success founders realized that finding work is only one step in a woman’s journey toward economic independence; remaining employed and building a sustainable career is crucial if a woman is to become self-sufficient.
Contact writer Lori Kommor at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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About the Author (Author Profile)
Lori Kommor, Columnist/Event Chair
Lori wears many hats: writing two weekly columns, chairing The
Voice-Tribune’s events and keeping the staff fed with a stash of snacks
Willy Wonka would envy. She’s a fervent high school soccer fan (go
Collegiate!) and has the raspy voice to prove it after game days.