Thanks to our 2020 sponsors!



Trifecta! is an award-winning design, development, and marketing agency based in Lexington, Kentucky. They boldly design for print and web, skillfully develop web-based applications specific to your needs, and effectively market the results. They pride themselves on flexibility, attention to detail, and fresh approach to marketing and design.


Eezy is a Bowling Green based tech company that provides stock graphic design resources and stock footage for creative professionals around the world. Our three flagship websites are,, & Our goal is to to Inspire and Simplify the Creative Process for all creatives.


Bullhorn is a branding agency. We help organizations communicate more clearly with language and design. We sponsored DesignItForward because we think big things happen when people get together to discuss important issues. Connections are made. People disagree, are challenged. That is healthy and important.


Zipie is a digital marketing agency that is radically committed to our clients. So whether you’re looking for digital marketing that produces ROI or a creative approach to a business problem (or both!), we’ve got you covered. We're able to tailor our advertising efforts to each of our clients that drives results and relationships.



Onefold is creative collective centered around design-thinking and problem solving. From brand identities to campaigns and projects, we help businesses, schools and organizations inspire, succeed and evolve. Our team is custom-assembled to meet the needs of every client individually.



BORN is a strategic branding, design and advertising agency. We craft strategies, identities and experiences to connect great brands to people. We’re brand focused, design led and strategically driven.

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Located on a major north-south corridor between two major cities, Bowling Green has a long history tied to the evolution of transportation in Kentucky. The current L&N Depot was built in 1925 to replace an older station. At one time, over 20 trains per day departed the current site, providing a hub for Bowling Green’s economic foundation and exposure to travelers between Louisville, KY and Nashville, TN.