Cincinnati USA Convention and Visitors Bureau

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8:47 am
Tue December 2, 2014

NAACP bringing its national convention to Cincinnati in 2016

Mayor John Cranley announces the return of the NAACP convention to Cincinnati.
Credit Bill Rinehart / WVXU

The NAACP has chosen Cincinnati as the site of its 2016 national convention, an event that will bring nearly 10,000 people to the city – and is likely to draw the 2016 presidential candidates as well.

The NAACP last held its national convention here in 2008, a presidential election year; and it drew then-Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama and GOP nominee John McCain to the Duke Energy Convention Center. 2016, too, is a presidential election year; and the July event can be expected to draw presidential candidates and other national political figures.

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IAFF convention
1:56 pm
Fri July 11, 2014

IAFF gathering part of busy convention month for Cincinnati

IAFF President Harold Schaitberger says delegates will be discussing many issues when they meet in Cincinnati next week.
Mark Heyne WVXU News

Thousands of firefighters are converging on Cincinnati for the 52nd biennial convention of the International Association of Firefighters, which starts Monday.  During a press conference Friday to welcome them, Convention and Visitors Bureau Chair Delores Hargrove-Young said the IAFF will  have an economic impact of more than $2 million for the region, and is part of a  busy month for the city's convention business:

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Square Dance Convention
4:00 am
Tue October 22, 2013

Square Dancers return to Cincinnati in 2017

62nd National Convention
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The National Square Dance Convention is coming back to Cincinnati after 25 years.  The Cincinnati U-S-A Convention and Visitors Bureau is announcing Tuesday morning the city will host the event in July 2017. 

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