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-- Dave -- it is big business.
Especially in Kentucky and -- -- of urban country are they're boosting jobs.
Probably -- -- -- hangover two Garrett -- is lot of global for the big race this weekend and -- good morning to you Howard.
-- good morning to you bill.
Is that the Kentucky can think he's known certainly for the stunning horse farms in the Kentucky Derby here Churchill Downs.
But the demand for Bergen is growing like never before in business has never been better.
It's a new golden age for Burbank in distillers are struggling to keep up with the record high demand.
The thirst for Bergen is even spilling over into tourism.
Where the Kentucky urban trail saw more than half a million visitors last year alone it's the old adage you know when the tide rises all the ships sail.
Mint -- two -- opened its doors in 2007.
The -- first service that takes groups from distillery to distillery along the urban trail has grown 41%.
Each year since opening.
But we start -- with one vehicle we now have seven.
We -- with my wife and I now have five full time employees.
And seventeen part time tour guides and drivers.
Lisa Marie Williams was actually looking to sell her bed and breakfast a year ago.
Because at the -- at that.
The -- trail -- just and main thing.
The last six months -- business has picked up so much that she's having to hire outside help just to keep up with all of the cleaning and laundry.
It has picked up so tremendously that we are now warning to expand.
-- I've -- I'm planning on adding two more rains so we can have a total of six rooms here.
And Lisa Marie says this past February and march were the busiest in business that she's ever seen.
I bet thank you Garrett cool story -- -- at Churchill Downs global enjoy the race this weekend there's.
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