IN THE AIR OVER ILLINOIS (WAVE) - Holiday travelers flying United Airlines will find a lengthy profile on the Commonwealth of Kentucky.
The "Dossier" section of the December edition of United's "Hemispheres Magazine" features a 30 page covering Kentucky.
The supplement covers influencers, economy, innovation and global impact.
Feature articles cover the University of Louisville, CafePress, LJS Partners, Hillerich & Bradsby, Papa Johns, Humana, Kindred, Norton, Bourbon and tourism draws.
Hemispheres is found in the seat back pocket of all United's planes. According to the airline, the magazine reaches more than 12 million passengers each month with a median household income of $128,000.
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