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Liz Bradley




LULU'S FINE HOME FURNISHINGS

Story by Kayla Fugate • Photography by Brian Packard

Liz Bradley owns LuLu’s Fine Home Furnishings and Interior Designs and Little LuLus. She’s active with the CHC Med Center Foundation, Western Kentucky University, Ronald McDonald House, Leadership Bowling Green, SkyPac, and the Women’s Fund of South Central Kentucky. “I am a working mother of two very busy girls,” she says.

“You will see me spending most of my time around town picking out amazing furnishings and fixtures for my design clients. I offer a range of services from color selections and room décor, to remodels, to complete new building design,” she says.

Liz loves spending her free time cheering her girls on and being involved in her favorite philanthropies. She says she was 12-years-old when she got her first job working at the baseball field at Basil Griffin Park as a scorekeeper for softball and baseball, but her dream job as a child was to have a magazine and TV show like Martha Stewart. “I wanted to be her so bad when I grew up, and I still kind of do!” she says.

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