June / July 2019

Evansville Business

Best Lawyers and Lawyer Profiles

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Speed of Life

Change is not a fear of Doug Duell’s. The president of The Duell’s Evansville Kia and Evansville Hyundai has seen a lot of it since his father Dave Duell purchased the original dealership, Evansville Chrysler Plymouth, in April 1980. Sitting

Back Talk

Back Talk

Hometown: Henderson, Kentucky Resume: Bartender, Big Daddy’s, 2008-2010; bartender, Rí Rá, 2010-2012; manager, Tin Man Brewing Company, 2012-2014; Sauced, bar manager, 2014-2016; owner, Mo’s House, 2017-present; owner, Bokeh Lounge, 2018-present; owner, Metzger’s Tavern, 2018-present Family:  Husband Lance Farley In high

Business Front

New Dean on Campus

A life in student affairs seemed always to be the path Dr. Jennifer Hammat would follow — after all she spent the first year and a half of her life in the Zeta Beta Tau fraternity house on the campus

Through The Roof

When the Arts Council of Southwestern Indiana was searching for a new space, the organization looked at all areas of the city’s urban core. Members and donors, however, wanted to remain part of the Main Street revitalization. In February, the

In A Word

Allen Mounts “Strategy is the crossroads at which creativity (art) and data meet to address the uncertainty of reaching a mission, vision, or goal. For example, suppose your organization wanted to make the ‘Best Places to Work’ list. Your strategy would

Grease Monkey

Restoring classic cars is a lifelong hobby of many car enthusiasts — for Pat Reisinger, it has become a successful trade and business. Though his shop, Reisinger Custom Rebuilding (5001 New Harmony Road), has been taking on projects from around the

Pizza Progress

Since first opening on Evansville’s West Side in 2014, Azzip Pizza has worked toward rapid growth. Five years later, the company employs 144 people and operates seven pizzerias throughout Indiana and Kentucky, with an eighth set to open in Owensboro,

On Brand

When Mary Allen attended a Latino orientation through e is for everyone, she felt a little bit out of place. As the only non-Spanish speaker in the room, it was hard for her to follow the meeting in a non-native

Honoring Legends

When Todd emailed asking if I would like to write a guest letter, I immediately thought, “I bet the deadline is the end of the day,” or something that demanding. I mean, that’s how Todd rolls, isn’t it? So you