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Editor's Letter




Happy New Year!

I hope that you are already having a great start to the 2020 and are excited for what VIP Bowling Green will bring you this year! We are kicking our year off with our Bridal issue that is filled with all of the best advice for wedding planning. Our writer, Angela Reeves dove right into research and tell you just what “Cocktail Attire” or “Business Casual” means when you are attending a wedding or special event. Don’t miss our VIP section local vendors and enjoy our spotlight on local and destination weddings with unique details and venue options in South Central Kentucky. Our VIProfile this issue fits our theme perfectly as we spotlight Missy Greathouse who is such an important part of the wedding planning and bridal industry in our community.

Our home feature walks you through the new construction custom home of Jason Woods of Bowling Green Home Furnishings. This issue, our Give, Care, Share features a nonprofit in our community, Lost River Cave. Make sure you read this story and look for ways you could serve as well.

Our VIP event coverage from the last few months includes many holiday events such as Customer Appreciation at BGMU and ServPro and events from SKYPAC. Bowling Green Junior Woman’s Club has multiple events in this issue including their Holiday Party and Officer Installation for 2020. We always enjoy covering community events and hope you check out the event calendars to see what is upcoming over the next few months and get out and get involved in the community.

As always, thank you for being a loyal reader. We work hard to bring you a magazine that can truly be utilized as more than just a quick read. We want to be a must-have resource for all things Bowling Green. Without your submissions, suggestions and feedback we could never be as comprehensive as we are.

See you in March!

Megan Estep

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