IN THE NEWS
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 >
2018-03-22 :: GROUP TOUR MEDIA - For many group travelers, Cincinnati is a relatively close destination. The city on the Ohio River in southwestern Ohio is 500 miles from 60 percent of the country’s population.
2018-03-22 :: FORBES - A replica of a Chinese bronze chariot, more than 23 centuries old, and some 120 more stunning objects are well worth traveling for. Now's your chance this month to shorten a normal trip from the objects' home museums in China and to head to Cincinnati. From April 20–August 12, 2018, the acclaimed Cincinnati Art Museum (CAM) will mount the captivating exhibition Terracotta Army: Legacy of the First Emperor of China. More >
2018-03-14 :: CINCINNATI ENQUIRER - Cincinnati’s national reputation and our travel and tourism industry have never been stronger. The Cincinnati USA Convention & Visitors Bureau has been a key driver of putting Cincinnati on the map, and its recently retired president and CEO, Dan Lincoln, was the visionary leader who helped set our region on the upward trajectory.
2018-03-12 :: CINCINNATI BUSINESS COURIER - A new study shows which Greater Cincinnati event brings the most economic impact to the region when it comes to tourism dollars, and the winner equals the economic impact of one and a half Major League Baseball All-Star Games or seven Flying Pig Marathon weekends.
2018-03-09 :: SMART MEETINGS MAGAZINE - Now experiencing a vigorous live music renewal, Cincinnati was an early music capital and a hotbed for artists who wanted their music heard around the country. Today, the city is a hotbed for the meetings industry, More >
2018-03-09 :: TRAVELMAG - Those who miss Cincinnati’s budding, vibrant food scene are missing out. In a town where chefs come to get started, and then end up staying just because they love the region so much, there’s an endless amount of culinary treats to be had.