So Into SoBro with Ed Jerdonek; Building Little Pink Houses with Brandon Bailey


If you don’t know what all the fuss is about “SoBro”, listen in as Luckett & Farley CEO Ed Jerdonek explains just some of the exciting plans he’s got in mind for the area south of Broadway, where the offices of Luckett & Farley are located.

Brandon Bailey is a local remodeler who has chosen to give back to the community by participating in YouthBuild, a non-profit which provides a double benefit for the community. Bailey teaches sometimes-troubled young people how to work in a trade and build an actual house. The houses they build, though, are miniatures that are provided to developmentally-disabled young people, and can be set up in their family’s back yard. It’s a real win-win for all involved, and something you should know about.

In the news — a shocking announcement for Jeffersontown residents came Tuesday when Gov. Matt Bevin tapped Chief Rick Sanders to be head of the Kentucky State Police. While we’re not cheering on any local teams in basketball tournaments (sorry, IU fans, I don’t really count you), there’s plenty of hoops news with the South Regional being played at the Yum! Center. Also, I join the speculation on who should be the next coach at WKU. Join me for a great episode of the Rusty Satellite Show.

Luckett & Farley’s Ed Jerdonek at the company’s SoBro HQ
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Brandon Bailey at YouthBuild. Photo by Bill Brymer