June 2022 Newsletter

Relax and Recharge

Kick back and relax! Summer is officially right around the corner. June 21 marks the Summer Solstice and the longest day of the year. Take advantage of the warm days and the chance to be outdoors with your friends and family. We also celebrate all the dads we love on Father’s Day, which falls on June 19 this year. Hopefully we will continue our recovery from the pandemic, as we remind everyone to be careful and stay safe. And don’t forget the sunscreen!


Business & Culture Lessons in the Middle East

In May, CEO Vaughan Scott visited the United Arab Emirates on an 8-day trip sponsored by the University of Louisville College of Business. Vaughan, along with three other faculty members and 60 graduate students, explored the cities of Dubai and Abu Dhabi and their surrounding areas. The purpose of the excursion was for students to gain exposure to how the global economy works, while having an opportunity to embrace and learn about other cultures. We’ll feature the experience in two parts. This month, we highlight the Dubai leg of the adventure. For a Q&A with Vaughan and some great pics of the journey, click here.

Team Turns Out for Glamorous Gala

Members of our Axiom team partied the night away at the festive Leadership Southern Indiana 40th Anniversary Gala. The event, held at Caesars Southern Indiana, was themed an “Orange Tie Affair,” reminicent of old-Hollywood glamor. The organization celebrated past, present and future leadership of Southern Indiana. The mission of the group is to “engage, develop and mobilize regional leaders who will serve and transform our community.” 

What Exactly Defines a Recession?

Useful Info to Know

Understanding the true meaning of “recession” will help you sort through all the talk and news about where the economy and the stock market are headed. Do you know the actual definition of a recession? Click here for a straightforward explanation and some thoughts to keep in mind.

Retiree Tips

Not All Retirement Decisions Involve Money

If you or someone you know is thinking about retirement, there’s certainly a lot to consider. Most people focus almost exclusively on the financial aspect—whether they’ll have enough money. But there’s also many other factors involved when taking this big step. Click here to learn about decisions that don’t involve money.

What Happens When Stocks Split?

There’s More to It Than You May Think

Two major companies recently announced upcoming stock splits. These decisions are not always just about making the stock more affordable. To learn some other key reasons for such a move, click here.

Fun in June

Louisville Wine Walk

Enjoy a festive Wine Walk at Fourth Street Live! on June 4. VIP Admission includes early entry (1 hour), souvenir tasting glass, wine tastings, 2 full glass of favorite varietal, 4 food vouchers, access to VIP area with exclusive tasting stations and private bathrooms. General Admission includes souvenir tasting glass, wine tastings, and full glass of favorite varietal. Must be 21+. For more details, click here.

Old Louisville Hidden Treasures Garden Tour

Old Louisville offers glimpses into one of its best-kept secrets on June 11, 12. The Old Louisville Hidden Treasures Garden Tour welcomes garden lovers into the private green spaces of the nation’s largest Victorian residential neighborhood. Gardeners share their personal retreats, tucked behind stately mansions and vine-covered walls. Ticket info can be found here

Hometown History Kids Cruises

Following the popularity of last year’s Kids Cruises, the series is back in 2022. The “Hometown History” theme presents a unique partnership between Belle of Louisville Riverboats and other local, cultural organizations to create dynamic and engaging children’s programs. Kids cruises are 90 minutes aboard the Mary M. Miller riverboat. Cruises begin June 9. Click here for more information. 

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