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 Welcome to our little corner! Here you'll find updates about the conference, learn more about the founders and speakers, and more! 

Grab your coffee & catch up with the latest Reset happenings!

Needing some morning fuel while at Reset? Here are some of our favorite coffee stops in Lexington!

start your day with coffee

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Learn some tips and tricks to make your travel to Lexington as easy as possible!

LEXINGTON TRAVEL TIPS

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Check out some our favorite moments from Reset in Waco, Texas in 2021!

2021 CONFERENCE RECAP

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Top picks!

We are so excited to take over Louisville in a couple weeks! There are a ton of fun facts about this city that we found interesting and thought you might too! When you visit, be sure to use #theresetconference, #reset2019 and #LouisvilleLove on your posts! Congratulations! You’re in good company!! Louisville welcomes over 16 million […]

Did you know? Fun facts about Louisville

Kentucky Derby Museum

If you’re planning on coming an extra day or two in Louisville before or after Reset, this is the post for you!  We have scoped out all the best tourist destinations in the area, and we hope you’ll be able to take advantage of all the city has to offer! Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory :: […]

Things To Do in Louisville

Reset Conference staff takes on the batting cage at Louisville Slugger Museum

The 2019 Reset Conference attendees will be immersed in more than a century of history as we take over the renowned Seelbach Hilton Hotel. The hotel was originally opened in 1903 by Otto and Louis Seelbach, who were Bavarian brothers with a dream of owning their own hotel. The imported goods from all over the […]

The Roaring 20s, Prohibition & The Rathskeller

Rathskeller ballroom at Seelbach hotel

Head out the front entrance to the hotel and at the crosswalk you’ll run right smack dab into Fourth Street Live!  There are a TON of things to do, eat and see in this partially covered block of 4th Street.  The street is closed off to traffic, so it’s a fun place to explore all […]

Nightlife & Dinner in Louisville

Fourth Street Live entrance

The Seelbach Hotel is nestled in a great location right in the heart of Louisville, making it easy walking distance to just about anything you could want to do, eat or see.  And bonus — there’s a CVS directly across the street if you find yourself missing any necessities. For starters, inside the hotel there […]

Lunch spots around Louisville & the Seelbach

Louisville's famous Hot Brown from Brown Hotel

Coffee lovers, rejoice! Our host hotel, the Seelbach Hilton, has a Starbucks in the building!  We know though that on conference mornings that line can get pretty long, so we’ve come up with some more options for you too if you’re willing to walk a short distance. There is a Heine Bros. coffee right across […]

For Your Coffee Fix

Morning cup of joe and iphone

Did you know that one-third of all bourbon whiskey is made in Louisville, Kentucky? Louisville even has its own “Urban Bourbon Trail” where you can visit more than 40 different bars and restaurant and try America’s only native spirit. All bourbon is whiskey, but not all whiskey is bourbon. The name bourbon originated from Bourbon […]

Welcome to Bourbon City

bourbon barrels aging

Our host hotel the Seelbach Hilton is situated just a few short blocks from the Ohio River, and within walking distance of many great eating establishments and tourist activities. Upon your arrival to Louisville, you can take advantage of the free airport shuttle courtesy of the Seelbach. It’s a quick 12-minute (7 mile) ride!  Or […]

Getting around downtown Louisville

map of Louisville area

We are positively THRILLED to introduce you to Louisville’s Seelbach Hotel that is steeped in historical significance. First opened in 1907, the Seelbach continues to attract celebrities and guests from all over the world. Renowned gangsters from the roaring 20’s like Al Capone and George Remus, “the king of the bootleggers,” used to visit the hotel […]

The Historic Seelbach Hilton Hotel Louisville

historic seelbach hotel grand ballroom