Bowling Green KY
Bowling Green is a city in and the county seat of Warren County, Kentucky, with an estimated population of 165,732 in 2015, making it the it the third most-populous city in the state after Louisville and Lexington. The city was the inspiration for the 1967 Everly Brothers song “Bowling Green”, and is home to The Bowling Green Assembly Plant, which has been the source of all Chevrolet Corvettes built since 1981. In 2014, Forbes magazine listed Bowling Green as one of the Top 25 Best Places to Retire in the United States.
History: Founded by pioneers in 1798, Bowling Green was the provisional capital of Confederate Kentucky during the American Civil War. The first Europeans known to have reached the area carved their names on beech trees near the river around 1775. By 1778, settlers established McFadden’s Station on the north bank of the Barren River.
Some controversy exists over the source of the town’s name. The city itself follows the first county commissioners’ meeting (1798), which named the town “Bolin Green” after the Bowling Green in New York City where patriots had pulled down a statue of King George III and used the lead to make bullets during the American Revolution. Some historians dispute this, however, and credit Bowling Green, Virginia, or a personal “ball alley game” of Robert Moore’s instead. Early records indicate that the city name was also spelled “Bowlingreen”. In 1859, the Louisville and Nashville Railroad (currently CSX Transportation) laid railroad through Bowling Green that connected the city with northern and southern markets.
Economy: Bowling Green is shifting to a more knowledge-based, technology-driven economy. With one major public university and a technical college, the city is the region’s leading medical and commercial center. Bowling Green is home to General Motors Manufacturing Plant, Holley Performance Products, Houchens Industries, SCA, Camping World, Minit Mart, Fruit of the Loom, Russell Brands, Bowling Green Metalforming, a division of Magna International, Inc., and Halton Company, Commonwealth Health Corporation, Western Kentucky University, Eagle Industries, Trace Die Cast, and EVINE Live.
It has the following recognition: Forbes magazine’s 2009 list of the “Best Small Places for Business”, in 2008 and 2009, the Bowling Green metropolitan area was recognized by Site Selection magazine as a top economic development community. The Bowling Green Area Chamber of Commerce received the 2009 Chamber of the Year by the American Chamber of Commerce Executives and a 5-Star Chamber by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.
Culture: It’s slogan, “Geared for Fun!”, Bowling Green has much to offer … Planes and trains… Cars and guitars… Caves and waves… Rails and trails… Thrills and chills… Charm and farms. Bowling Green is “Geared for fun” at the well-known spots like the National Corvette Museum and the GM Corvette Assembly Plant, where you get a behind-the-scenes look at an American classic, both the car and the dedicated work force! Don’t crawl in a hole, at Lost River Cave, you can ride by boat into an underground labyrinth. Then watch as racers crawl into the drivers’ seat at Beech Bend Raceway after the kids burn their rubber at the adjacent Beech Bend Amuseument Park and Splash Lagoon. Cruise the slow lane to discover our hidden gems like beautiful Downtown Fountain Square, Chaney’s Dairy Barn, the Historic Railpark & Train Museum, and Riverview at Hobson Grove. In Bowling Green, they’re respectful of our Civil War history, boastful of their aviators, and proud of their heritage!
- City of Bowling Green
- Bowling Green Warren County Regional Airport
- Warren County Public Library
- Bowling Green Visitors Center
- GO bg Transit
- The Downtown Redevelopment Authority
Things to do in Bowling Green:
- Bowling GreenTourism Calendar
- Bowling Green Daily News
- WBKO Bowling Green
- SOKY Happenings
- Bowling Green Chamber of Commerce
- National Corvette Museum
- Lost River Cave
- Historic Railpark & Train Museum
- Beech Band Park
Upscale Furniture services Bowling Green KY:
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