The VIPP Report: Louisville Spring Jam announces their “Good Friday” artist lineup



Yo Gotti has the song “It’s Going Down in the DM” and now the newest member of JayZ’s Roc Nation label announces his concert in Louisville, Ky.  Yo Gotti will headline Spring Jam 2017.  The Memphis native will bring his unique rap style to the Broadbent Arena on Good Friday.  The event will be “Legendary” for the Friday, April 14th.

Yo Gotti is not coming alone.  Spring Jam also announces that Bronx native and Grammy nominated rap artist Remy Ma will be performing.  The VH1 Love and Hip Hop New York star just released her new song “ShETHER” and it’s taking social media by storm.

The lineup also includes Ty Dolla $ign who has the hit song “Sucker for Pain” that’s heard on the film, Suicide Squad.  He along with Remy Ma performed earlier this month on Jimmy Kimmel Live!  Hip Hop artist Plies will also be a part of the show.   The Florida native is known for his platinum hit, “Shawty”.  He’s currently working on new material entitled “Purple Heart”.

Louisville will also get a chance to hear two local artists that have aspirations of being signed to major labels.  Artist Stook and CHEN 1 will open for this year’s Spring Jam.

Tickets for the Good Friday show start at $56.  To get up close on the floor, tickets will be $111.00.  You can purchase them starting Friday at

Doors will open at 7:00 pm and the show will begin at 8:00 pm.

It’s Yo Gotti, Remy Ma, Ty Dolla $ign, Plies, Stook and Chin One at Broadbent Arena on Friday, April 14th.  For additional questions, please call 502-309-9533.  You can also We would like to thank T-Mobile Amtel for being this year’s Spring Jam sponsor.  The event is powered by keys2ky and BHen Entertainment.

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The VIPP Report: Meet Steve Mudd Jr. GM at Montgomery Chevrolet


(Louisville, KY) With less than two years in his new position, Steve Mudd Jr., and his team at Montgomery Chevrolet have doubled sales over their projection. They actually grew 65% in year over year sales.

The first 40 Under 40 award recipient is only one of four African American General Managers in the state of Kentucky was passed the GM torch in July 2015 and has been excelling since that day.  As he climbed the leadership ladder, he continued to develop his support team.  Even with his busy schedule, Steve takes the time to teach his sales team the auto business.  By making them knowledgeable on the sales floor, it gives customers confidence in the sales team and their purchase.

Steve likes to stay above the curve by finding innovative sales tactics by using mediums like social media platforms.  He says “To be a leader, you need to find an employee’s strength and build from it.  Just like an athlete on a team. Each person has a particular position they play. They become a leader in the position but fellow teammates are there to assist to make sure the ball stays in play. That’s why I chose the Disney Approach developed by Walt Disney”.

When the perspective customer pulls into the lot, they are greeted. Instead of them looking for help, Steve’s team is there walking them through the process.

Mudd goes on to say “Customer service is vital because we want you to become a repeat customer.  How you feel when you drive your new car off the lot, is the same feeling you get when it’s time to start thinking about additional purchases.  They should be saying to themselves that they would return because their last experience was a good one.”

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