Main Street Ventures Awards Over $240,000 of Equity-Free Funding in Third Quarter of 2022

Main Street Ventures is pleased to announce 15 companies that have received funding for their projects through the most recent round of grants. Three of these companies participated in the recently wrapped Launch It: Cincy Summer Program which brings university student founders to Cincinnati for 10-weeks to grow their businesses. The projects funded through this round range from expanding to new markets, adding product lines, and building emerging tech.

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Grant Opportunities and Purpose

“The Main Street Ventures grant opportunity highlights why Cincinnati is such an incredible place for entrepreneurship.” Says Nia Baucke, Founder of Thread & Mane. “Starting a business is never without its challenges, but having a community of people and organizations that are willing to recognize and support your efforts along the way makes a huge difference. Designing and creating a beautiful space where women feel celebrated and validated is central to our success and the MSV grant will help us bring that to life.”  

Main Street Ventures provides two different types of funding; Launch and Leap Grants. Launch funding provides emerging, pre-revenue businesses at the Prototype or Product stage (showing clear evidence of direct customer engagement validating the business model and product) with $5,000 – $10,000 of equity-free funding to increase the odds of reaching the Market Entry-stage and beyond. Leap funding provides promising, revenue-generating businesses with $10,000 – $30,000 of equity-free funding to scale their community impact and increase the odds of survival.

“Each quarter we see a growing demand for our programs which continuously shows the influx of new ideas in the region. We are excited to be able to support these founders who continue to make the Cincinnati Region an amazing place to live and work.” Main Street Ventures Executive Lead, Brianna Dzuricsko says.

Learn about the 15 companies that received grants in Q3 of 2022: 

abba is a platform that connects individuals seeking in-home care to in-home care professionals, while providing the tools and resources to its community to book, operate, and accelerate the in-home care experience. Abba is a holistic approach taking into account the Mental, Emotional, and Physical aspects of care.

Baqette is a small, woman-owned business creating & curating leather pieces to inspire your everyday life.

BlaCkOWned™️ is a community centric brand highlighting Black Stories and promoting ownership through Fashion and Culture.

Bloxsmith empowers developers through our marketplace with the technology and community to sell their 3D model creations cross-metaverse for interoperable use in building games on Roblox, Unity, Unreal, Decentraland, Mutate, The Sandbox, among other platforms.

Bookink makes the tattoo booking experience seamless and convenient for tattoo artists and clients alike.

Cutman Barbershop is a classic barbershop providing traditional men’s grooming services whose mission is to build communities through the art of barbering and acts of service.

Dohjoy is a low-carb, low-calorie, flavorful real bread. Inside every bite is an innovative blend of ingredients that delivers traditional bread flavor and texture with virtually no carb impact or glycemic response.

In the Curious Kitchen is a female owned and founded brand creating ready-to-enjoy Southern classics, inspired by Bluegrass country.

Junebug Jewelry Designs handcrafts timeless, meaningful and unique artisan statement jewelry to honor bold, empowered women who want to walk into a room and make a powerful, lasting impression.

Obscure Euro Parts is a full service parts consignment shop helping shops, collectors and private individuals get their unwanted parts into the hands of enthusiasts who need them most.

Step Up Social is a digital marketing startup that leverages college student labor to disrupt the traditional agency model and offer services to startups typically unable to afford agency work.

Thread & Mane is a one-of-a-kind luxury experience and community space for hair braiding, beauty retail and events.

Toot Suite Press is your wedding stationery fairy godmother — we’re a wedding stationery studio offering modern, customizable designs, made with the highest-quality materials on traditional printing presses, all with an awesome, transparent online customer experience and at a price point you’ll consider money well spent.

Vale Technologies builds and designs carbon dioxide conversion devices through carbon capture to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

Wyoming Community Coffee (WyCoCo) is a neighborhood coffee shop serving a well-cared-for beverage to a well-cared-for customer in a well-cared-for space by a well-cared-for staff, and with our new roasting expansion, we have the goal of caring well for women in the local and global coffee industry by creating long-term careers for women here in Cincinnati and sourcing specifically from women farmers and producers around the world.

To say we are excited to be chosen as an award recipient is an understatement! Says Sara Aschliman, founder and owner of Wyoming Community Coffee. This grant allows us to continuously reach new goals alongside the exciting growth of our company. It allows us to create more careers locally and support women in coffee internationally. Thank you MSV!” 


About Main Street Ventures

Main Street Ventures is working to become the community-funded initiative that makes entrepreneurship possible for everyone in Greater Cincinnati, by supporting entrepreneurs with what they need, when they need it: Capital, Connections, and Education. We look to support all good ideas and founders, but with a particular focus on women and minority entrepreneurs who have been historically underrepresented in the startup community.
For more information, visit mainstventures.org.

Cincinnati International Wine Festival Announces
$6.75 Million Raised in Total for Local Charities

Despite event disruptions and scheduling changes due to the pandemic, the festival creatively continued fundraising for local non-profits in fiscal year 2021-2022. This incredible philanthropic achievement was revealed at a check presentation this evening.

Cincinnati International Wine Festival Fundraising

CINCINNATI – September 13, 2022 –The Cincinnati International Wine Festival announced tonight that it has now raised more than $6.75 million in total for local non-profits since its inception 31 years ago. The festival also presented $261,000 in donations to 31 Greater Cincinnati organizations benefiting from the festival’s fundraising efforts over the 2021-2022 fiscal year, totaling $520,000.

The announcements were made at a private, invitation-only event at the Kenwood Country Club earlier this evening. Leaders from the benefiting organizations were present, and each received a portion of the festival’s donation in the form of individual checks presented to each charity.

“It is such a joy for us to be able to say we have now raised more than $6.75 million for our local charitable beneficiaries focused on our community’s arts, education, health and human services,” said Connie Wiles, Cincinnati International Wine Festival Board President. “Like all non-profits, we struggled through the challenges of the pandemic, but remained dedicated to doing whatever we could to ensure our mission to celebrate the wine industry and give back to our community continued on no matter what. We are grateful for the support of wine lovers near and far, and sincerely thank every single person who attended our amazing festival events this year. Thank you for giving back one glass at a time!”

Cincinnati International Wine Festival Group photo with check of money raised.
Group Photo with Check from Money Raised

Cincinnati International Wine Festival Details

The Cincinnati International Wine Festival is a non-profit organization founded in 1991 to celebrate the wine industry and raise funds for charities focused on the arts, education, health and human services. The annual celebration is recognized as one of the Midwest’s largest and most prestigious festivals.

Like many charitable causes, the pandemic has had a significant impact on the festival’s ability to regularly host its events the past three years, making this fundraising achievement even more impressive. 

The Cincinnati International Wine Festival is comprised of five prominent annual events: an international wine competition, a winery dinner series, grand tastings at the Duke Energy Convention Center, and a charity auction and luncheon, all of which were held in May rather than March for the first time ever this past year due to Covid concerns. The Russ Wiles Memorial Golf Tournament will be held this October.

Proceeds from these annual activities translate into significant funds raised which are then granted to the wine festival’s local charitable beneficiaries on an annual basis.

In 2023, the wine festival expects to return to its usual schedule, with the bulk of its events being held in March. Save the date for the 32nd annual festival, which is set for March 9-11, 2023. Learn more at winefestival.com.


About the Cincinnati International Wine Festival

The Cincinnati International Wine Festival is a Cincinnati-based 501(c)(3) organization established to raise funds for local charities through the celebration of the wine industry. It typically features 700 wines from 100 wineries across the globe, all for a great cause. The festival benefits 30+ Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky arts, education, and health and human services charities, and has been giving back to the community since 1991. The patronage and support of the Greater Cincinnati community enables the festival to continue giving back locally, one glass at a time. Learn more at winefestival.com.

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Are You Just Tired? Or Is It Anemia?

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We all get tired. Sure, there may even be days that you slogged through desperate to see your warm and welcoming bed at the end of a long day. But what if you always feel tired, fatigued or just plain off?

Anemia can be a serious condition that brings on many different symptoms. If you’re concerned you may be more than just tired, spend a few minutes learning about anemia. Then, schedule an appointment with your doctor so you can get to the bottom of what’s causing your symptoms.

Understanding Anemia’s Importance

Anemia is a blood condition that happens when there are not enough red blood cells to carry oxygen to the rest of your body. It’s the most common blood disorder, affecting as many as 3 million Americans.

Anemia that is untreated can lead to many different health problems. Without enough red blood cells, the body is placed under more stress which can affect your lungs, heart, brain, kidneys and other vital organs. These can all lead to long term health problems and, in worst cases, even death.

There are many different types of anemia (as many as 400). Many conditions can cause it, but the most common include:

  • Heavy periods
  • Ulcers
  • Colon polyps or cancer
  • A diet low in iron, folic acid or vitamin B12
  • Blood disorders (sickle cell anemia, thalassemia, blood cancers)
  • Inherited disorders
  • Pregnancy
  • Aplastic anemia
  • Trauma or Surgery

Is Anemia The Same as Iron Deficiency?

Anemia and iron deficiency are sometimes confused as the same thing. The reality is that these are two separate conditions. Anemia occurs when your body doesn’t make enough hemoglobin (the protein in your red blood cells that carries oxygen throughout your body). Iron deficiency occurs when your body doesn’t have enough iron due to blood loss, diet, or poor absorption.

You can be iron deficient without being anemic. However (and to make matters even more confusing), iron-deficiency anemia is the most common type of anemia. This happens when low iron levels keep your body from making enough hemoglobin.

Your doctor will do a thorough workup to identify if you have iron-deficiency anemia or iron deficiency without anemia.

Symptoms

The most noticeable symptom of anemia is feeling tired or weak. This is because your body is not getting enough oxygen due to lack of red blood cells. Sometimes, symptoms can come on gradually or aren’t even noticeable. You may experience the following signs of anemia – or none if your condition isn’t severe:

  • Fatigue
  • Weakness
  • Pale or yellowish skin
  • Irregular heartbeats
  • Shortness of breath
  • Dizziness or lightheadedness
  • Chest pain
  • Cold hands and feet
  • Headaches
  • Restless legs at night

How To Diagnose

If you’re experiencing any concerning symptoms or notice you’re more tired than usual, schedule an appointment with your doctor. They’ll ask about your symptoms and your personal and family medical history.

You’ll also need a blood test call a complete blood count (CBC). This test counts the number of blood cells in your blood, including red blood cells and hemoglobin. A low count may indicate you have anemia.

Once confirmed, you likely will need additional testing to determine the root cause, but your doctor will help you step by step.

Treating Anemia

Fortunately, there are many effective ways to treat anemia and even prevent the condition from reappearing. Your treatment will depend on your diagnosis, including the type of anemia you have. Treatment may include:

  • Iron supplements/transfusions
  • Dietary supplements (folic acid or vitamin B12)
  • Eating more foods high in iron, folic acid and vitamin B12
  • Managing underlying conditions
  • Blood transfusions
  • Antibiotics
  • Colonoscopies

Looking for a primary care partner to help you keep your health on track? Schedule an appointment online today with a physician near you!


Written by: Dr. Grove – Dr. Grove is a board-certified Family Physician who received his medical degree from Boonshoft School of Medicine at Wright State University (Dayton, OH). While there, he also earned his graduate certificate in Bioethics. He completed a Family Medicine Residency at Carolinas Medical Center, Atrium Health (Charlotte, NC), simultaneously earning his Integrative Medicine Certificate and area of concentration in Global Health.

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Happy Hours in Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky

Just as we say “why limit happy to one hour”, we are saying “why limit happy hour to one place?” We have some of the BEST establishments to find a happy hour in Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky. From fancy bars and restaurants to amazing hole-in-the-walls, find yourself a happy hour for any day of the week!

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  1. Aladdin’s Eatery
    • Monday-Friday 3-6pm
    • $1 off rolled pitas, $2 off regular appetizers, $3 off well drinks, $3 amaretto sours, $5 house wine
  2. Che
    • Monday-Friday 4-5:30pm
    • $3.50 Empanadas, $1 off house cocktails
  3. Cock and Bull Public House
    • Monday-Friday 3-6pm and 10pm-close
    • $3 drinks: White Claws, domestic drafts, house wine, and well cocktails
  4. Dave and Buster’s Florence
    • Monday-Friday 4-7pm and Sunday-Friday 10pm-close
    • 1/2 priced cocktails, $1 off 22oz. drafts, $1 off glasses of wine, $3 off bottles of wine
    • Late night: half-off cocktails, $2.50 domestic pints, food deals
  5. Frosthaus
    • Tuesday-Friday 4-6pm
    • $1 off draft beers, $2 off frosty, $12 refills, $2 off bier cheese and pretzels, $2 off Not Your Oma’s Chicken Dip
  6. Galla Park Gastro
    • Monday-Friday 4-7pm
    • 1/2 priced drinks
  7. Gypsys Mainstrasse
    • Monday-Thursday 5-7pm
  8. Hofbrauhaus Newport
    • Monday-Friday 3-6pm
    • $3 1/2 liters of Lager, Hefe Weizen, and Dunkel, $3 glasses of house wine, $18 bottles of Seaglass Rose
  9. Hotel Covington
    • Monday-Friday 3-6pm
    • $1 off craft cans, $2 off draft beer, $3 off glasses of wine, $4 well drinks, $5 off prosecco
  10. Knox Joseph Distillery at the OTR StillHouse
    • Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday 5-7pm
    • $5 beer flights, $1 beer drafts
  11. Kopan
    • Monday-Sunday all day
    • $15 wine bottles, $2 off beers
  12. Listermann Trail House
    • Wednesdays all day
    • $1 off drafts
  13. O’Malley’s in the Alley
    • Daily deals all day
    • Monday: $4 Makers, Tuesday: $4 Captain Morgan, Wednesday: $4 Jameson, Thursday: $4 Skrewball, Sunday: $4 Crown Apple
  14. Pampas Argentine Gastropub
    • Tuesday-Saturday 4-6pm, Sunday 2-6pm
    • $18 Revel Red Blend carafe, $2 off wine by the glass, $5 pints of draft beer, $2 off house cocktails, $12 burger + fries, $15/$30 Picadas, $8 stuffed peppers, provoleta, and gougeres
  15. Prime, Cincinnati
    • Everyday 4-6pm
  16. Shires’ Cafe
    • Daily deals all day
    • Monday: BOGO espresso shots, Tuesday: $1 off all signature lattes, Wednesday: $1 off all signature cocktails, Thursday: $5 pints of local draft beers, Friday: half-priced lattes 2-5pm
  17. Street City Pub
    • Everyday 3-6pm
  18. The Bark Park & Patio
    • Tuesday-Friday 4-7pm
    • 10% off all beer tabs
  19. The Growler House
    • Monday-Friday 3-6pm
Additional Happy Hour Options
  1. Agave and Rye
  2. Barleycorns
  3. Blinkers Tavern
  4. Cobblestone OTR
  5. Condado Tacos
  6. Grassroots and Vine
  7. Keystone Bar and Grill
  8. Mac’s Pizza Pub
  9. Nada
  10. Queen City Radio
  11. Rich’s Proper Food and Drink
  12. Righteous Room
  13. Ripple Wine Bar
  14. Taft’s Ale House
  15. The Establishment, Oakley
  16. The Globe Covington
  17. The Pub, Crestview Hills
  18. The Standard
  19. Via Vite
  20. Yard House

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Cincinnati Magazine’s June Musical Brunch will be a Country Shindig with Heather Roush and The Heart Strings

WHAT: 
Cincinnati Magazine’s June edition of its monthly “Musical Brunch” series will be a boot-scootin’ Country Shindig withHeather Roush and The Heart Strings, held at The Cincinnati Club.

Each monthly Musical Brunch performance has received rave reviews from sold-out crowds coupled with one of the most delicious and over-the-top Sunday brunches found in the Queen City. The magazine’s popular Musical Brunch concept debuted in February this year.

Cincinnati’s talented and varied music scene will be fully showcased and celebrated throughout the remainder of this year as the featured musical genre and theme will change every month. Local acts and genres on tap include gospel, bluegrass, jazz, R&B, disco, and more!

Tickets are $55 per person and include a live concert, an elaborate brunch with light lunch options and dessert bites, access to a Mimosa/Bellini bar, an outrageous garnish-it-yourself Bloody Mary bar, complimentary coffee and hot and iced tea, and complimentary parking.

Tickets may be purchased online or at the door. Advance registration is highly recommended. 

The Musical Brunch series will continue the last Sunday of each month throughout 2022.

WHEN:
Sunday, June 26 from 11:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m.

WHERE: 
The Cincinnati Club | 30 Garfield Place, Cincinnati, OH 45202

HOW:
Learn more and buy tickets now before they sell out at cincinnatimagazine.com/musicalbrunch.

Follow @cincinnatimagazine and #cincinnatimagazine #musicalbrunch on social media for event updates.


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Cincy Seltzer Fest Features Eight Local Seltzer Brands Next Weekend

Fowling Warehouse Cincinnati, 2940 Highland Avenue, Cincinnati, OH 45212

Cincy Seltzer Fest Flyer

Cincy Seltzer Fest, the first festival of its kind to take place in Cincinnati and the region, is returning to Fowling Warehouse this weekend on Friday, April 29th and Saturday, April 30th for the second year in a row.

Fowling Warehouse Cincinnati in Oakley is hosting the event at their 47,000 square foot warehouse. “The first Cincy Seltzer Fest last year was an incredible success. We hosted over 900 festival goers in one day and had close to a hundred different seltzers on hand for patrons. This year, I am happy to share that the event will be held over two days and will really highlight the local seltzer brands and flavors in addition to the major brands.
MadTree, Rhinegeist, Rebel Mettle, Urban Artifact, Sonder, Third Eye, March First and Karrikin are all bringing some incredible seltzer flavors for everyone to sample”, said Owner of Fowling Warehouse, Joe Frank.

A local seltzer focus and an additional day aren’t the only changes to the festival this year. As part of their FOWLanthropy initiative, Fowling Warehouse and Cincy Seltzer Fest have teamed up with the Pink Ribbon Girls on the event. Five dollars of every ticket purchased will go directly to the Pink Ribbon Girls. In addition, Fowling Warehouse has partnered with Truly Hard Seltzer as a Title Sponsor of the event and KISS 107 as the Media Sponsor of the event. For more event details and to purchase tickets, click here.

Operational Details

Cincy Seltzer Fest will have individual, group and VIP tickets available for each session over Friday, April 29th and Saturday, April 30th. Each ticket purchased will allow festival goers to sample a large selection of local and national seltzers. Each ticket also includes unlimited Fowling for the length of the session.

Interviews & Media Opportunities

Joe Frank, owner of Fowling Warehouse Cincinnati and host of Cincy Seltzer Fest is available for media appearances or interviews. Joe Frank, joe@fowlingwarehousecincy.com , 513-500-7687

Mimosas for Memories 2022  

A fabulous fundraiser for Alzheimer’s and dementia awareness and caregiver support.
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WHAT:  
The 7th annual Mimosas for Memories event hosted by the Giving Voice Foundation is being held at an expanded location with enhanced experiential elements this year, aiming to raise local funds and awareness for an important cause that affects nearly every family in America – Alzheimer’s disease and dementia. About 1 in 9 Americans ages 65 and older has Alzheimer’s.

The Giving Voice Foundation facilitates cross-generational conversations and connections to improve the health of older adults through advocacy, education, engagement and storytelling.

This stylish and sophisticated event includes bottomless mimosas, brunch by the bite, a macaron bar, a silent auction featuring a selection of date night packages, local vendor pop-ups, a red-carpet photo booth experience featuring complimentary professional portraits, and a Pappy Van Winkle Bourbon raffle, which anyone can purchase tickets to win (event attendance not required). An exclusive VIP experience option is also available which includes a seated brunch. Tickets range from $59-$99 for VIP.

Proceeds benefit a variety of local programs aimed at improving the lives of older adults, specifically those living with Alzheimer’s and other dementias and supporting their caregivers.

WHEN: 
Saturday, April 30, 2022 from 11:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m.

WHERE:
The University Club, 401 East 4th Street, Cincinnati, Ohio 45202

WHY:
Help the Giving Voice Foundation reach and exceed its fundraising goal of $75,000 through the event. You will be a part of making a big impact for local seniors just by attending this fun event!

WHO: 
The entire community (age 21+) is invited to purchase tickets and attend.

HOW: 
Buy tickets now at givingvoicefdn.org/mimosas-for-memories-2022. Follow @givingvoicefdn on social media for event updates.


Written by: Candice Terrell

candice@fiercemarketing.co

Jobs in the City! (2/1/2022)

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21c Museum Hotel

Position Hiring For: Restaurant Servers, Restaurant Host, Line Cook, Sous Chef, Sales Manager, Spa- Massage Therapist, Housekeeping Lobby Attendant, Valet Attendant, and more!
At 21c Museum Hotels our dynamic team engages in an environment that fosters fun, originality, and genuine hospitality for our guests. Our history of accolades – such as consecutive Condé Nast Traveler Readers’ Choice Awards rankings – and strong performance in guest surveys show that 21c is truly redefining the art of hospitality. 21c strives to inspire our guests, our community and our team through thought-provoking contemporary art exhibitions and innovative art, hotel and food and beverage experiences. 21c started with the art, and that is what continues to drive and define the company.

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Aglamesis Bros.

Positions Hiring For: Retail Server, Shift Supervisor and Plant Manufacturing Assistant.
Aglamesis Brothers’ rich, super premium ice creams and deliciously decadent chocolates have been delighting Cincinnatians for well over a century. To this day, our family still uses the same Old World recipes, simple, wholesome ingredients, and traditional confectionery techniques that our ancestors Thomas and Nicholas Aglamesis used when they opened their first parlor here in the Queen City in 1908.

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The BMW Store & Cincinnati Mini

Positions Hiring For: Full-time and Part-time Call Center Representative.
The BMW Store and Cincinnati MINI currently have a full-time as well as a part-time position open in our Call Center. We are looking for individuals who genuinely enjoy working with people and a sincere desire to help our customer with their vehicle’s needs by providing an exceptional customer experience. The basic function of this position entails taking in-bound telephone calls, making service appointments and out-bound follow up/confirmation calls as well as a wide variety of other tasks to help the operation of the business run smoothly.As the first point of contact for the customer, the job qualifications would include excellent customer service skills to build rapport with clients, being able to prioritize and multi-task, and maintain a positive and professional demeanor in a fast-paced environment. 

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Ken Anderson Alliance

Positions Hiring For: Front Desk Receptionist, Director of Philanthropy, and Director of Operations – O2 Urban Farms
Ken Anderson Alliance is a safe, collaborative community built on kindness and acceptance where individuals are given a diversity of choice that fosters independence and growth. Ken Anderson Alliance is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation creating LIVEWORK and ENGAGE opportunities for adults with disabilities. We believe that adults with disabilities have the human and civil right to live, work, engage, socialize, love, learn and worship in the settings and manner of their choosing, with the support of families and friends. Our work helps provide opportunities to volunteer for special needs, fundraising to help build housing for adults with disabilities and access to support for jobs for special needs adults. 

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Purrfect Day Cat Cafe

Positions Hiring For: All Positions
Welcome to Purrfect Day Café, the best place in town where you can mix and mingle with the area’s most eligible adoptees, all while sipping your favorite coffee or cocktail! We are Northern Kentucky’s first cat café, and we’re paw-sitive you’re going to love us!
We are currently hiring for all positions. We are looking for someone who wants to advance within the company and help make this unique concept a reality far into the future. Part-time. Must be available days, nights, weekends, and holidays. Must be at least 20 years of age due to alcohol sales at the PDC.

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Green District Salads

Positions Hiring For: All Positions
GREEN DISTRICT is more than just a restaurant. We’re a lifestyle!If you vibe with healthy eating, community, uplifting people, growing your own career – then you may want to talk to us! We are expanding and want motivated and industrious people to join our team! Grow and shine with us as we expand into all regions in the U.S.

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Jobs in the City! (1/4/2022)

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Cincinnati Art Museum

Position Hiring For: Cafe Servers, Visitor Services Assistant, Gallery Attendant, Event Catering Server, Facility Cleaning Team Member, Line Cook, and more!
The museum continually seeks to hire friendly, dynamic, and talented individuals from racially and culturally diverse backgrounds to join our team. We greatly value expertise and skills gained at the museum and encourage professional development and career growth.

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YMCA

Positions Hiring For: A variety of positions at many different locations. Some include but aren’t limited to the following, School Age Child Care Staff, Assistant Swim Coach, Lifeguard, Bus Driver, Cook, Nurse, etc.
A career at the Y is more than a job – it’s an experience. That’s because the Y is more than a gym – it’s a cause! We work daily to positively impact lives through youth development, healthy living, and social responsibility.

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Dirt Artisans

Positions Hiring For: Traveling Trail Builder-Hand Finisher. Dirt Artisans is staffed by veteran trailbuilders with a passion for designing, building and maintaining trails. We have the professional expertise to create world-class trail experiences for the users of the trails that we build and improve. As a member of the Professional TrailBuilders Association (PTBA), we also contribute to the improvement of the trailbuilding trade through continuing education and mentoring of new trailbuilders.

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KOPAN Sushi

Positions Hiring For: Both Part-Time & Full-Time Positions Available.
Kopan is in Florence, KY serves refined Korean and Japanese sushi dishes with a modern twist.

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Belterra Park

Positions Hiring For: Full-Time & Part-Time
Belterra Park Cincinnati is dedicated to recruiting exceptional people to provide unmatched service to our guests. Belterra Park Cincinnati offers many exciting career opportunities for enthusiastic talent. You’ll be working with a team boasting diverse interests and different levels of experience. 

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Allie’s Walkabout

Positions Hiring For: Kennel Tech, Dog Handler, & Front Desk
Every position at the Allie’s Walkabout operates as a discrete job function with scheduled, activities that specify the manner in which we do everything. Our customers have very high expectations because we are caring for a member of their family.
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