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Next First Friday Trolley Hop Scheduled for July 4th

RBtrolleyHopThe next Republic Bank First Friday Trolley Hop will be held on Friday, July 4 from 5:00pm to 11:00pm in downtown Louisville. Trolley hoppers can hop on a free trolley to various art galleries, restaurants, and shops along the Main and Market Street corridors, as well as the recently revitalized South Fourth Street District.  The trolley route runs along 4th Street from Main Street to Broadway, and riders can transfer between routes at 4th and Main Streets. FREE parking is available on the street after 6:00pm, or at Slugger Field, located at Main Street and Jackson. To see the full list of Trolley Hop members and events, or for more information on the trolley route or parking options, visitwww.louisvilledowntown.org.

The Trolley Hop Program is sponsored by Republic Bank and is supported by the Louisville Downtown Partnership, Kindred Healthcare, the Nulu Business Association, and the Main Street Association, all in partnership with TARC. Established in 2001, the First FridayTrolley Hop program has been going strong for more than ten years. The Republic Bank First Friday Trolley Hop is held on the first Friday of each month, rain or shine, and the trolleys are free and run until 11:00pm (most galleries close at 9:00pm). To view the Republic Bank First Friday Trolley Hop Lip Dub Music video visit http://www.youtube.com/republicbanktv.

ABOUT LDP
The Louisville Downtown Partnership (LDP) is an economic development agency comprised of the Louisville Downtown Development Corporation (LDDC) and the Louisville Downtown Management District (LDMD).  LDP is a vocal advocate for downtown, working with property owners, government agencies and elected officials to create downtown jobs and investment.

The Louisville Downtown Development Corporation’s mission is to improve the economy of Metro Louisville by coordinating an aggressive public/private program to promote the redevelopment, vitality and economic growth of the Central Business District.

The Louisville Downtown Management District’s mission is to promote the neighborhood’s quality of life by creating a safer, cleaner and more enjoyable environment.  The District has defined boundaries and is supported with assessments paid by district property owners.

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