Butler Stevie McMahon took a moment to bask in the Kentucky sunshine outside the Makers Mark Bourbon Village last week, before the Games began and he had to start being indispensable.
Butler Stevie McMahon took a moment to bask in the Kentucky sunshine outside the Makers Mark Bourbon Village last week, before the Games began and he had to start being indispensable.
Butler Stevie McMahon took a moment to bask in the Kentucky sunshine outside the Makers Mark Bourbon Village last week, before the Games began and he had to start being indispensable.

A butler to royals serves in Kentucky

September 29, 2010 12:00 AM

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