▪ Kentucky-based DMD Data Systems is celebrating its 20th anniversary.
Founded in 1996, by current president Dave Sevigny, the company began with a focus on K-12 school districts across Kentucky. Several years later, the business expanded into state and local governments and higher education. Today, the company has 28 employees serving clients throughout the Southeast and mid-Atlantic with a focus on data center solutions, technical and managed services, and data center support.
To celebrate, DMD is hosting an open house at its Frankfort headquarters from 11:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday. For more information about the event or to leave a congratulatory message, go to Dmddatasystems.com/20th-anniversary.
▪ South Central Bank has opened a full-service office in Lexington at 386 Waller Avenue, Suite 110.
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South Central Bank operated a loan production office on Euclid Avenue since 2013, before this move to Waller Avenue.
In addition to Lexington, South Central Bank has 26 locations across Kentucky and Tennessee and is based in Glasgow.
▪ VisitLEX, the Bluegrass Hospitality Association and the Bluegrass Tourism Marketing Association will present the inaugural Lexington Hospitality Awards. The awards ceremony will be in May during the annual BHA Tourism Forum and Trade Show.
The Lexington Hospitality Awards program will honor front-line staff and volunteers in the tourism and hospitality industry in Lexington who have demonstrated exceptional service. Individuals eligible for nomination are nonmanagerial and nonsupervisory staff or volunteers at Lexington attractions (including tour guides), Blue Grass Airport, accommodations, restaurants and Lexington Center. Nominees should have direct contact or provide support to visitors and customers, and be outstanding ambassadors for Lexington.
To nominate someone, go to Visitlex.com/nominate. Nominations will be accepted through March 31.
Compiled by Dorothea Wingo