The West Kentucky Corporation, an economic development group, has orchestrated this and last year’s sale — sort of.
The doors of WKC were shut March 31, after the state declined to include it in the annual budget. However, Debby Spencer, a planner with WKC, and a handful of help worked without pay to see this year’s sale through.
“I believe firmly in the itty-bitties … in the Mom-n-Pop shops,” Spencer said. “It’s what Kentucky is all about.”
An event like this can’t just be called off, Spencer said.
“There’s too many neat people … people coming from out of state.”
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