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Those parties will be shut down and we will prosecute any continued infringement or misuse of the written content and images in this website, our emails or other promotional and advertising resources that we utilize. This includes the right to restrict the use of the trademark, or a confusingly similar trademark, in association with confusingly similar products or services.

We are open to working with others in approved partnering arrangements, but infringement will not be tolerated."Lock and Key/Lock & Key/Lock N Key" is a federal registered trademark of our business, Lock and Key Events, Inc. This federal trademark serves as an important and distinctive representation of the origin of our products as well as the goodwill of our company. Our parties are interactive and FUN ways to socialize, make new friends, meet your match..just have a great time!

Grab a cocktail and get ready to Unlock Your Possibilities.

Lock and Key Events transform a regular happy hour by adding the ULTIMATE ice breaker theme. With your lock or key, you now have a reason to talk to anyone and everyone you want!

What a great way to unwind after a long work week..kick off a night on the town!

Q: I have a VIP Ticket for the next party do I still need to register?

If changes are planned in the future (e.g., expansion of production; replacement of old equipment), facility managers would undoubtedly want to understand if those changes could impact potential emissions and whether there is a need to revise the air quality permit to maintain compliance with air quality regulations.

Note: Facilities located in Jefferson County with Title V Air Quality Permits or Federally Enforceable District Origin Operating Permits are subject to reporting provisions of the Louisville Metro Air Pollution Control District as listed in Regulation 2.16 or Regulation 2.17.

For more information about the workshop including registration, please visit the Kentucky Division of Compliance Assistance’s website. Facilities subject to air quality permitting requirements are provided an opportunity to compare actual operations to permitted emission sources during preparation of compliance reports.