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Kentucky Pallet Racks

 

 


Most common items sold in the Bluegrass state of Kentucky over the past 27 years:

  • New Cantilever Racks
  • New Industrial Warehouse Shelving
  • New Metal Industrial Shelving
  • New Pallet Rack Beams
  • New Pallet Rack Uprights
  • Used Cantilever Racking
  • Used Conveyors
  • Used Industrial Shelving
  • Used Warehouse Equipment
  • Used Warehouse Shelving
  • Used Wire Mesh Decking

Top Buying Cities:

  • Louisville, Ky

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Warehouse1 features great shipping rates across the United States. We wanted to get to know a little more about where we go. Here are some fun facts about The Bluegrass State.

  • Louisville – 597,337
  • Lexington – 295,803
  • Bowling Green – 58,607
  • Owensboro – 57,265
  • Covington – 40,640
  • Hopkinsville – 31,577
  • Richmond – 31,364
  • Florence – 29,951
  • Georgetown – 29,098
  • Henderson – 29,098

Horse Racing, Corvettes, and Caves — these are among the most famous things associated with the great state of Kentucky.

The Kentucky Derby: Louisville is the site for the Kentucky Derby, the world’s greatest horse racing event, each year. The Kentucky Derby kicks off the first leg of Horse Racing’s Triple Crown. Coined “The Most Exciting Two Minutes In Sports”, the hallowed ground of Churchill Downs has been the site of legendary horses such as Secretariat, Barbaro, and American Pharoah.
Corvettes: Located in Bowling Green off of I-65, the National Corvette Museum displays the rich history of arguably America’s greatest sports car. People are able to see the production plant, view displays of famous Corvettes, as well as people who have contributed to the Corvette community in some way. Dissolving limestone caused a massive sinkhole at the company’s headquarters in 2014, engulfing eight rare Corvettes into the hole.
Caves: Over 50,000 acres in Kentucky’s hills lies one of the more impressive geological formations. Mammoth Caves is the world’s longest cave system and a United Nations World Heritage Site, and is truly one of the great American tourist sites.

Johnny Depp – Megastar who played the lead role in films such as Edward Scissorhands and the Pirates of the Caribbean Series, Depp was born in Owensboro before making it big with 21 Jump Street.
Muhammad Ali – ESPN’s SportsCentury: Top 50 American Athletes of the 20th Century listed Ali, as the 3rd greatest athlete ever. Born Cassius Clay in Louisville, Ali won gold in the 1960 Olympics and later claimed the world heavyweight boxing crown in 1964. His social impact is just as important as his athletic prowess.
Hunter S. Thompson -Pioneer of Gonzo Journalism, Thompson wrote from a unique first-person perspective about some of America’s darkest corners. He penned Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas and Hell’s Angels, inspiring a generation of journalists to dream big and go places they never thought imaginable.
George Clooney – Oscar-winning actor who came from a strong pedigree of acting legends. Clooney stole the show in E.R. and earned millions at the box office in films such as the Ocean’s Eleven series and many Coen Brothers pictures.
Diane Sawyer -TV journalist born in Glasgow who anchors ABC World News and Good Morning America. Before taking on a career in journalism, Sawyer worked closely with President Richard Nixon as a member of his staff.