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City of Norwood
Just over three square miles, Norwood, Ohio, is an independent community located in a major metropolitan area. With the population reaching over 19,000, Norwood is the second most populous city in Hamilton County. Home to thousands of people and businesses, Norwood offers a unique blend of advantages for everyone.
4645 Montgomery Road
Norwood, OH 45212


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City of Reading
Reading, OH is a suburb of Cincinnati located in Hamilton County. In 1851, Reading was established as a village and named after the birthplace of William Penn. Today, Reading, Ohio is a vibrant community with a historical background, great schools, and safe streets. The city of Reading or “the Crossroads of opportunity” is nationally ranked for its wedding apparel and services. Whether you stopping through to buy a wedding dress or to learn more about the historical history, Reading, Ohio has something for everyone.
1000 Market Street
Reading, OH 45215


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City of Sharonville
Sharonville, OH is a suburb of Cincinnati located in Hamilton County. Sharonville, OH offers an array of destinations for travelers. Whether you want to take a splash at CoCo Keys, learn about the Heritage of Sharonville, or rock climb at Rock-Quest, Sharonville has something for everyone.
10900 Reading Rd.
Sharonville, OH 45241

T (513) 563-1144

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City of Springdale
Springdale is at the center of the Cincinnati Dayton Metroplex. Springdale offers access to two major international airports, four major interstate highways, and access to the nation’s rail system. Springdale is the ideal setting for new families starting out and seniors looking for a safe and secure living environment. Springdale offers a variety of family fun businesses and attractions, as well as, great places to eat!
11700 Springfield Pike
Springdale, OH 45246

T (513) 346-5700

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City of Wyoming
Wyoming, OH is located in the Mill Creek Valley, which provides a route from the Ohio River to points north. Today, Wyoming is a distinctive suburban community that contains a wide-range of housing styles that extend from the Early Vernacular of the 1800s through individually designed Mid-Century Modern Homes. With only 2.87 square miles of city, Wyoming is home to over 8,428 people. The Wyoming community supports one another through community organizations such as Boy Scouts of America, Junior Woman’s Club of Wyoming, a Public Library, and many more. If you are looking for a town with great community support and a historic history, then the City of Wyoming is the perfect place for you!
800 Oak Avenue
Wyoming, OH 45215


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Clermont County Ohio Convention & Visitors Bureau
Clermont County accommodations and conference facilities are convenient to downtown Cincinnati and regional attractions. "Visitors Guide" and "Underground Railroad Driving Tour" brochure downloadable at www.go2clermont4cincy.com
410 E. Main St.
Batavia, OH 45103

T (513) 732-3600

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Clinton County Convention & Visitors Bureau
Located in the “golden triangle” of Cincinnati, Columbus and Dayton, Wilmington’s meeting venues make it easy to “meet in the middle.”
13 N. South Street
Wilmington, OH 45177

T (937) 382-1965

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Colerain Township
In 1794, Coleraine was established as a Township. The “e” at the end of Coleraine was dropped sometime later, Americanizing the name Colerain. The villages of Barnesburg, Bevis, Dunlap and Groesbeck were established in the early 1800’s along Blue Rock and Colerain Roads, two of the oldest roads in the area. German immigrants heavily influenced the township’s cultural and architectural traditions.Today, Colerain Township is the 2nd largest township in the state of Ohio encompassing 42.9 square miles. Colerain Township is located north of Cincinnati and is conveniently located off of two major interstates providing easy access to our residential and business communities.
4200 Springdale Road
Colerain, OH 5251

T (513) 385-7500

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