Cincinnati USA & Northern Kentucky Convention & Visitors Bureaus Welcome
Moose International Convention
June 30-July 4
Big tourism weekend includes Cubs at Reds baseball,
Fourth of July festivals
CINCINNATI (For Immediate Release) — The Cincinnati region is welcoming the Moose International Convention to Cincinnati’s Duke Energy Convention Center, June 30-July 4. Moose International is an organization dedicated to caring for young and old, bringing communities closer together and celebrating life. With the Convention and the Reds/Cubs series at Great American Ball Park, some downtown hotels are sold out. Convention attendees are scheduled to attend the Cincinnati Reds game, July 2.
“With more than 4,500 attendees, the Moose International Convention will be one of the largest convention gatherings in the region in the last several years, regardless of the pandemic,” said Julie Calvert, CVB president and CEO.
“With baseball, fireworks, festivals and Moose International, this Independence Day weekend promises to be a boon -and a boom- for tourism and hospitality in the Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky regions,” said Julie Kirkpatrick, president and CEO of meetNKY.
Cincinnati’s Moose International Convention By The Numbers:
Total economic impact: $6 million
Convention organizers and attendees will spend $3.8 million at local businesses
Convention will support 800 jobs
Convention will generate $173,000 in local taxes
The Convention will use 22 local hotels
The Convention will use 40 buses to shuttle attendees and will make use of the Transit Center in Downtown Cincinnati.
The Cincinnati regional hospitality community is dedicated to providing safe experiences for guests. The convention, venue and hotels will adhere to Ohio's Safe Restart Guidance.
About the Cincinnati USA Convention & Visitors Bureau
The Cincinnati USA CVB connects the Cincinnati region's people and experiences with visitors and meeting attendees from around the world. Visitors spend $5 billion in our community annually, and the tourism industry employs 80,000 people.
The Cincinnati USA Convention & Visitors Bureau is supported by nearly 500 businesses who invest in the efforts of the Bureau and help make Cincinnati USA an appealing destination by offering their services, attractions and facilities to visitors, meeting planners and convention delegates.
About Moose International
The Moose Fraternity is in over 1,400 communities across nearly 50 states and four Canadian provinces, plus Great Britain. Their members support Mooseheart Child City & School which cares for children in need who deserve a second chance at life, from infants through high school. They also support Moosehaven, which is a retirement community completely funded by the men and women of the Moose.