KESA Criticized Over Lavish Spending

A recent Lexington-Herald Leader editorial criticized two Kentucky non-profit organizations for their lavish spending.  KESA, one of the non-profits identified, is a Kentucky workers’ compensation insurance company criticized for spending approximately $80,000 for luxury boxes at Louisville’s brand new KFC Yum! Arena .  A spokesperson for KESA responded to the criticism by noting the suite will facilitate KESA in conducting more “one-on-one marketing” to independent insurance agents and employers.  Dismas Charities of Louisville underwent similar criticism in the editorial.

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By |2010-08-27T15:58:01+00:00August 27th, 2010|