Pick a Famous Louisville Face for the Famous Louisville Race
If you don’t live within 20,000 miles of Louisville, or if you live in a small cave in a remote forest on top of a mountain (without access to a homing pigeon), you’ll know that this Saturday, the first weekend of May 2013, Possibility City hosts the 139th racing of the Kentucky Derby.
So we won’t bother you with all the usual stuff about elite horses and cool events and international TV coverage. Rather, we’re inviting you to create your own Derby icon, which you can post to Facebook for all your friends to see . . . and envy.
Just click HERE or on the picture at the top to build your very own Friend of Lou Bobblehead Jockey. Pick from this pantheon of Possibilitators: Muhammad Ali, Thomas Edison, Jennifer Lawrence, Tori Murden, and Rick Pitino.
Louisville Wins Third National Championship
Congratulations, Louisville Cardinals!
Time to update those Facebook photos and make it official: The University of Louisville men’s basketball team is the 2013 NCAA Tournament Champion!
Click on the banner (above left), then . . . oh, heck, you already know how to make this your cover photo. Or snag the poster (above right) and show the world you bleed red. Then go celebrate! (But be safe.)
UofL Community Celebration
Please join the community celebration and ticker tape parade for our Louisville Cardinals. The parade is tentatively scheduled to begin a 4 p.m. on Wednesday, April 10, and will run east on Main Street from 9th Street to the KFC Yum! Center. More details will be available here.
Show Your Cardinal Pride
The University of Louisville men’s and women’s basketball teams have headed south for the Final Four, the men to Atlanta, the women to New Orleans. For those of us not making a trip to support the home team, Possibility City will turn Cardinal red to honor the good guys and gals.
While we’re at it, let’s remake Facebook in the image of Card Nation. Click on the photo above and replace it as your cover photo — here’s how — and we’ll show the world what civic pride is all about.
Go, Cards, Go!
You’ve already made us proud, now go make yourselves champs!