Can’t live without “Living Coral”?

Did you know that 2019’s color of the year is called “Living Coral?”  It was determined by a company known as Pantone, originally a manufacturer of color cards for cosmetics firms.

In 1963, they developed a system which allows designers to “color match” specific colors regardless of the equipment used to produce that color.

Living Coral is described as “an animating and life-affirming shade of orange with

a golden undertone.” Its warmth and vibrancy speaks to our “innate need for optimism and joyful pursuits,” Pantone explained in its official announcement.

Even though Pantone thinks they are the only “fish in the sea” (pun intended) with regard to color, it really just comes down to YOUR taste and preferences.  So, don’t think that your wedding will be less than spectacular if you don’t have “Living Coral.”

At The Rental Depot, we can help you translate your personal style into the event of your dreams!  We have colors for all occasions.  Our professional associates can help you with your tablescape based on our large variety of linens.

Bottomless coffee leads to limitless dreams

There are plenty of inspiring stories of people living the American Dream, and Brendan Evans is no exception. The local business owner has a journey that will no doubt leave you inspired.

Born and raised in Zimbabwe, Evans loved his upbringing and spent lots of time playing in “The Bush” in the countryside…

CLICK HERE to read the full story at WHAS11.com.

 

It’s Bottomless, Honey!

Story by Steve Kaufman

Photos by Kathryn Harrington

Brendan Evans’ journey from a child playing in the bush country of Zimbabwe to a U.S. citizen and successful businessman in Louisville is a familiar “great American dream” story.

For so many immigrants, the day of naturalization is the fulfillment of a wish. They’ve fallen in love with the freedom, the opportunities and the aspirations here. It’s bottomless.

Click Here to read the full story on Voice-Tribune.com.

 

Zimbabwe to KY: Derby inspires man to pursue the American Dream

For one man, his first trip to the Kentucky Derby was enough to fall in love with the United States.

Almost 30 years later, he is a citizen and owns a business in the industry that brought him to Louisville in the first place.

Tents and events initially brought Brendan Evans to the United States.

“I started working for a worldwide company, and the first event they did in the United States was the Kentucky Derby,” Evans said.

Click Here to read the full story at WAVE3.com.