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KRADD presentation 4.23.14
KRADD presentation 4.23.14
KRADD presentation 4.23.14
KRADD presentation 4.23.14
KRADD presentation 4.23.14
KRADD presentation 4.23.14
KRADD presentation 4.23.14
KRADD presentation 4.23.14
KRADD presentation 4.23.14
KRADD presentation 4.23.14
KRADD presentation 4.23.14
KRADD presentation 4.23.14
KRADD presentation 4.23.14
KRADD presentation 4.23.14
KRADD presentation 4.23.14
KRADD presentation 4.23.14
KRADD presentation 4.23.14
KRADD presentation 4.23.14
KRADD presentation 4.23.14
KRADD presentation 4.23.14
KRADD presentation 4.23.14
KRADD presentation 4.23.14
KRADD presentation 4.23.14
KRADD presentation 4.23.14
KRADD presentation 4.23.14
KRADD presentation 4.23.14
KRADD presentation 4.23.14
KRADD presentation 4.23.14
KRADD presentation 4.23.14
KRADD presentation 4.23.14
KRADD presentation 4.23.14
KRADD presentation 4.23.14
KRADD presentation 4.23.14
KRADD presentation 4.23.14
KRADD presentation 4.23.14
KRADD presentation 4.23.14
KRADD presentation 4.23.14
KRADD presentation 4.23.14
KRADD presentation 4.23.14
KRADD presentation 4.23.14
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KRADD presentation 4.23.14

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This files summarizes the student work for six years and proposes a 2014 Summer scope of work

This files summarizes the student work for six years and proposes a 2014 Summer scope of work

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  • 1. Kentucky River Area Development District Presentation Hazard, Kentucky April 23, 2014 Peter H. Hackbert Entrepreneurship for the Public Good Program Berea College, Berea, KY
  • 2. Source: Ezzell,T., Lambert, D., and E. Ogle. Strategies to Economic Improvement in Appalachia’s Distressed Rural Counties, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Washington DC: ARC. February 2012.4/24/2014 Peter H. Hackbert, Berea College 5
  • 3. Social Media Community Development Specialists
  • 4. Peer to Peer KRADD Workshops
  • 5. How to start and run a B&B
  • 6. Historic Reenactments Sourced: Google images 4/24/2014 Peter H. Hackbert, Berea College 11
  • 7. America’s oldest and most used route. Reference: America's Bicycle Travel Inspiration & Resource - Adventure Cycling Association."
  • 8. 10:00am Hurricane Creek Mine Disaster Memorial Sourced: Google images
  • 9. Linda’s Victorian Rose Friday 10PM Source: Jalissa Hunter, Berea CollegeSource: Yelp
  • 10. Motorcycle Road Trip
  • 11. 34 Personas 4/24/2014 Peter H. Hackbert, Berea College 20
  • 12. Meet the Weston’s 4/24/2014 Peter H. Hackbert, Berea College 21
  • 13. Deals/Discounts 4/24/2014 Peter H. Hackbert, Berea College 23
  • 14. What got him to stop? Tripadvisor.co m 4/24/2014 Peter H. Hackbert, Berea College 24
  • 15. Begley’s General Store: Electronic Archery Range Techno Hunt Sourced: Jalissa Hunter4/24/2014 Peter H. Hackbert, Berea College 25
  • 16. Lee County Red River Adventure
  • 17. Zipline in Lee County
  • 18. Jabo’s State of Mine Hazard
  • 19. Buckhorn State Park and Resort Review Sourced: Trip Advisor 4/24/2014 Peter H. Hackbert, Berea College 29
  • 20. Appalachian Artisan Center Studio Yelp.com 4/24/2014 Peter H. Hackbert, Berea College 30
  • 21. Kentucky School of Bluegrass & Traditional Music Review – “all cross the USA” Sourced: Yelp 4/24/2014 Peter H. Hackbert, Berea College 31
  • 22. Go-Kart Review –”Like Disney Land in Leslie County” Sourced: Yelp 4/24/2014 Peter H. Hackbert, Berea College 32
  • 23. What’ Next?
  • 24. Source: http://transportation.ky.gov/Bike-Walk/Documents/Adventure_Tourism_Seth_Wheat.pdf
  • 25. Trail Town Initiatives •Applications received: Whitesburg & Jenkins •Expressed interest: Booneville, Beatyville, Hindman •Maybe?: Hyden, Jackson, Hazard, Campton
  • 26. Source: http://transportation.ky.gov/Bike-Walk/Documents/Adventure_Tourism_Seth_Wheat.pdf
  • 27. Source: http://transportation.ky.gov/Bike-Walk/Documents/Adventure_Tourism_Seth_Wheat.pdf
  • 28. Source: http://transportation.ky.gov/Bike-Walk/Documents/Adventure_Tourism_Seth_Wheat.pdf
  • 29. Source: http://transportation.ky.gov/Bike-Walk/Documents/Adventure_Tourism_Seth_Wheat.pdf
  • 30. Resolution Welcome the Berea College, Entrepreneurship for the Public Good Program to the KRADD region

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