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PRESS RELEASES

Cincinnati USA CVB continues to host influential decision-makers

2017-11-14 :: Key decision-makers for major meetings and conventions will once again gather in Cincinnati this week, as the Cincinnati USA Convention & Visitors Bureau hosts the 58th Annual Service Club Leaders Conference, Nov. 16-18.   More >

Convention and Meeting Planners to Gather in Cincinnati

2017-10-24 :: Cincinnati will be on display this week as more than 400 meeting planners representing hundreds of future conventions, meetings and events convene in the Queen City for a series of tradeshows hosted by Connect Meetings, Oct. 24-26.   More >

Tourism Counts: Cincinnati visitors inject $5 billion into local economy

2017-09-27 :: In 2016, more than 26 million people visited the Cincinnati region and spent $5 billion collectively, according to a new report, The Economic Impact of Tourism in the Greater Cincinnati Region. Growth in the region’s travel and tourism industry outpaced national averages in most key categories, reflecting the local industry’s trend of year-over-year progress.   More >

Cincinnati USA CVB Creates New Multicultural Sales Team

2017-09-21 :: The Cincinnati USA Convention & Visitors Bureau has announced the creation of a new multicultural sales team to build on its success in attracting multicultural meetings and conventions to the region.     More >

National Baptist Convention USA, Inc. Hosts 137th Annual Session in Cincinnati

2017-09-01 :: The Cincinnati USA Convention & Visitors Bureau, and the entire Cincinnati region, will welcome thousands to the Queen City next week for the National Baptist Convention USA, Inc.’s 137th Annual Session, held Sept. 4-8 at the Duke Energy Convention Center.   More >

IN THE NEWS

AC Hotel Cincinnati at The Banks Joins Downtown Cincinnati Hotel Boom
November 22, 2017 :: CORPORATE EVENT NEWS - On Oct. 27, the new AC Hotel Cincinnati at The Banks opened its doors. Located in The Banks riverfront development, the new hotel features 171 sleeping rooms and suites, many with balconies overlooking the Ohio River and Smale Riverfront Park. More >
Greater Cincinnati's economy fastest-growing in Midwest
November 13, 2017 :: CINCINNATI ENQUIRER - Greater Cincinnati's $132 billion economy has not only surpassed Columbus as Ohio's largest, it is the fastest-growing major city in the Midwest. More >
Under $100: Cincinnati, Ohio
November 8, 2017 :: TRAZEE TRAVEL - Spend a day tasting the flavors of Cincinnati, experiencing some of its one-of-a-kind attractions and discover why the Queen City is a must-visit destination, all for under $100. More >
Cincinnati among best cities to start a business
November 7, 2017 :: CINCINNATI BUSINESS COURIER - Cincinnati is the best city in Ohio to start a business, according to a new survey. The Queen City ranked No. 4 overall among "Top 100 U.S. Cities to Start a Business," a new report from How to Start an LLC. Other Ohio cities included in the survey were Columbus (No. 16) and Hamilton (No. 28). More >
Word of Mouth: Cincinnati
November 6, 2017 :: COOL HUNTING - Founded along the banks of the Ohio River directly across from Kentucky in 1788, Cincinnati is a city steeped in American history. While its archives are decidedly worth exploring—from its role in German beer brewing to its key position in the Underground Railroad—this hilly, Midwestern metropolis keeps one eye on the past with another fixated on its future. More >
Eight must-follow Instagram accounts that rule the Queen City
2017-11-14 :: More >
Cincinnati, Hamilton lead the way for startup development
2017-11-14 :: More >
Cincinnati is the eighth best city to live in if you love beer
2017-11-14 :: More >
Report: Streetcar boosting regional access to jobs
2017-11-14 :: More >
Sixteen projects receive NOFA money from the City
2017-11-14 :: More >