Five Tips for Running Your Trade Show Booth

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If you’ve ever been to a trade show, you know they can be a bit overwhelming. From the big crowds to the endless aisles of products, there is a lot to wade through. For many companies, a trade show provides an opportunity to present a new product or service to a large group of people […]

Do-it-Yourself Party Planning Tips

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To be honest, I’m not much of a partier. In fact, the last party I attended was my grandma’s 90th birthday party. With that being said, I’m probably not the go-to expert when it comes to planning an event or extravaganza. Thankfully, there are a lot of experts out there who are willing to share […]

Tips for a Stress-Free Summer Rental

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As the summer season heats up, so will the vacation rental market. To make sure landlords and tenants of summer rental properties are on the same page (and not suing each other in court), we’ve shared some tips from attorney and Huffington Post contributor Andrew Lieb. Before either party signs on the dotted line, we […]

How to Set Up Your Campsite

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Although there are many people who love to go camping during the summer months, most people who have spend some time around the old campfire will tell you that the fall is best time to pitch a tent and sleep under the stars. If you’re new to the whole camping thing or just need a […]

Technology Hasn’t Slowed Trade Show Industry

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Despite advancements in technology that have made it easier for vendors and retailers from around the world to connect and build business relationships, the centuries old trade show industry continues to thrive and, in some areas, grow. While social media or Skype or a website can bring two parties together, it often takes a face-to-face […]

Rent a Wedding Venue at the Cincinnati Zoo

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    Now that the proposal is out of the way, it’s time to get down to business. As you’ve probably heard a million times before, planning a wedding can be stressful, even for grooms who’ve been given a free pass when it comes to making the tough decisions. To help grooms cope over the […]

Top 5 Storage Tips for College Students

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Wow. Where has the summer gone? In just a few weeks, summer break will be over and thousands of college students will pack up their belongings and head back to school. Unfortunately, moving can be a pain in the ass for everyone involved. Before you load up a fleet of cars with tons of crap, […]

How To Go Camping with Your Pet

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In our opinion, there’s nothing better than enjoying the sounds and views of the great outdoors. With summer – and the camping season – in full swing, it’s time to plan that weekend in the woods. But what about your little buddy back at home? Is he going to be forced to spend that weekend […]

On-Demand Bike-sharing Service Set to Launch Pilot Program

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By this time next year, folks in Cincinnati will be zipping across downtown on rental two-wheelers courtesy of the city’s new bike-sharing program. Once launched, Cincinnati will join New York, Columbus, Indianapolis, Chicago, and dozens of other cities across the U.S. with active bike-sharing programs which allow users to rent a bike for a period […]

Job Numbers in Construction Industry Continue to Climb

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Riding a wave of momentum, the construction industry celebrated more good news recently when the Associated General Contractors of America released their latest job report earlier this month. According to the report, the industry added a total of 6,000 jobs nationwide in the month of June and the unemployment rate dropped to 8.2 percent, the […]