IN THE NEWS
2018-05-02 :: OUT MAGAZINE - The friendliness of the Midwest feels a million miles away from Southern hospitality on our mental map of the U.S., but the Ohio River acts as a zipper pulling together two seemingly disparate swatches of cultural fabric. More >
2018-05-01 :: CORPORATE & INCENTIVE TRAVEL - Value is the lifeblood of meetings. That’s why destinations of all sizes compete fiercely to offer value by building new hotels, convention centers and meeting venues while renovating and expanding existing ones. New attractions, restaurants and entertainment options are part of the efforts. We’ve picked out several more destinations that, no matter their size, aren’t shy about touting their value. More >
2018-04-27 :: LIVABILITY - Graduating from college is a reason for celebration, but there's a big question that arises after the graduation parties have ended: Where do you want to live? We’ve found 10 cities that are ideal for new college grads, thanks to their thriving job markets, low unemployment rates, affordable housing options and a wide array of fun things to do. Plus, each city has a high number of 22 to 29-year-olds, which means you’ll be in good company — and set up to do some serious networking. More >
2018-04-25 :: PUREWOW - Summer is so, so close. If you’re anything like us, you’re just itching to get away. Whether filling that three-day Memorial Day weekend is priority numero uno or you’re looking for an earlier May trip to beat the summer crowds, we’ve rounded up some of our favorite destinations to plan a spring escape.
2018-04-18 :: SUCCESSFUL MEETINGS - Dolce Hotels and Resorts has opened its first hotel in Cincinnati -- The Summit, A Dolce Hotel by Wyndham -- parent company Wyndham Hotel Group announced on April 17. More >
2018-04-18 :: MEETINGS TODAY - Activities that promote health and well-being have become an important part of meetings, and Ohio honors that trend with a wide variety of venues and events to keep attendees at their best. From salsa dancing in Cincinnati's Fountain Square to hiking in Colubus or learning to sail in Cleveland, the Buckeye State knows how to make any group fit and relaxed. More >
2018-04-11 :: CVENT - Increasing your meetings and events business as a CVB is no easy task. It often requires shaking things up and doing something different from the norm. This is the approach the Cincinnati USA Convention & Visitors Bureau took, finding great success turning their focus to the multicultural sector.
2018-04-11 :: TRAVEL FOOD PEOPLE - Once a national destination for both its pork and beer production, around the turn of the 20th century, Cincinnati fell off the culinary travel radar. Nearly 100 years later, however, it’s experiencing a true culinary renaissance, attracting and keeping world-class chefs who are invigorating the city with fresh ideas for restaurants and unique bars.
2018-04-03 :: USA TODAY - It’s time to shake off the winter blues and head out for some spring adventures. Museums throughout the U.S. have exhibits in store to entertain and inform the whole family. Along with traditional art shows, you can explore topics from television to music, cartoons to dinosaurs, and World War II to high fashion.
2018-03-22 :: WHISKEY TANGO GLOBETROT - If you aren’t already familiar with the mural scene of Cincinnati, then prepare yourself for an unexpected surprise of high quality street art. With 147 murals and counting, Cincinnati seems determined to have every neighborhood showered in high quality, local artwork. More >