Clark Covington on Limos in Louisville

(This message is cross-posted at “party bus Louisville KY.”

 As all my readers know, I have been a resident of Louisville, Kentucky for my whole life.

I was born here. I was raised here. I went to school here—both high school and college—and so I know this town just about as well as it can be known.

That’s why I’ve been such a successful gossip columnist here, writing for many years for the world-famed Courier-Journal, and for the last five years for myself.

Five years ago, for the first time in my life I established a personal blog, and I got it ranked, eventually, right up at the very top of Google.

And in so doing I embarked on one of the greatest adventures of my life, opening up territory that had never been opened up before.

Who would have thought that a gossip columnist could make it without a newspaper? Who could even have dreamed of such a thing?

It’s hard to imagine how much the world has changed in just a few short years. It’s hard to imagine what the world was like just a few years ago.

But never mind what it was like, it is what it is now: it’s a totally interconnected electronic global village. And we all have to learn to live with that.

So many of the people who read my gossip column these days (in other words, who read my blog posts) aren’t even here in Louisville. They’re scattered all over the world.

So what can it mean to them when I tell them that the limousine services available here in Louisville are second to none anywhere in the world?

But most of my readers, of course, are right here in Louisville, and so when I talk about limos in Louisville, it means a lot to them.

For the last few weeks, as you my faithful readers know, I have been talking about the various limousine services in Louisville, giving you an analysis of the ones I think are the best, and the ones I think are the worst.

And I want you to know that my analysis has just begun. I will continue this series tomorrow. So don’t forget to tune in again then!