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Crown World Dental Lab
3841 Business Park Drive
Louisville, KY 40213
Famous Sports Figures
Born Cassius Marcellus Clay in Louisville on January 17, 1942, he began his boxing career as an amateur at the age of 12 and turned professional in 1960.
The all-time leading rider at Churchill Downs, Pat Day is a local legend. He has been inducted into the National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame and has won the Eclipse Award for Outstanding Jockey four times.
The 120-year history of the Louisville Slugger baseball bat began in the talented hands of 17-year-old John A. "Bud" Hillerich. He crafted the very first bat for local baseball star Pete Browning in his father’s woodshop. The first use of the term “Louisville Slugger” was in 1893, when the bat became a baseball staple.
Pee Wee Reese
Pee Wee Reese played baseball for the Dodgers, but got his start in the minor leagues playing for the Louisville Colonels. An inductee to the Pro Baseball Hall of Fame, he contributed to seven National League championships for the Dodgers and was himself a ten-time All-Star.
Famous Historical Figures
The 16th President of the United States, Abraham Lincoln was born in LaRue County, Kentucky, right down the road from Louisville.
Younger brother of George Rogers Clark who grew up in Kentucky, he was also an American explorer and soldier. Clark, along with Meriwether Lewis, led the Lewis and Clark expedition and eventually claimed the Pacific Northwest for the United States.
Thomas A. Edison
The inventor spent nearly two years in Louisville as a young telegrapher. Some of his inventions can be seen at the Thomas Edison House, an 1850s shotgun-style home where Edison worked as a telegrapher for Western Union.