Where exactly is Northern Kentucky?
Northern Kentucky is located in the Midwest on the banks of the Ohio River across from downtown Cincinnati. It is made up of three counties – Boone, Campbell and Kenton – that represent the best in urban living without all the hassles of a big-city lifestyle.
The counties are compact and easy to navigate. They span approximately 20 miles across the landscape just south of the Ohio River. It takes only 15 minutes from the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG) – Delta’s second largest hub – to get to the riverfront, and you can get virtually anywhere in Greater Cincinnati in less than 30 minutes.
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Why I should I use the Northern Kentucky Convention and Visitors Bureau (NKYCVB)?
The NKYCVB makes planning and implementing a meeting in the Northern Kentucky region less time-consuming and more streamlined for meeting planners, corporate travelers and leisure visitors. It gives meeting planners access to a range of services, packages and value-added extras. Before a meeting begins, NKYCVB sales professionals can help locate meeting space and check hotel availability. NKYCVB can also link planners with the suppliers who can help fulfill needs or requirements when planning a conference or meeting.
How can I use the Northern Kentucky Convention and Visitors Bureau to promote my group?
The NKYCVB has an established Convention Services Team that can help groups promote and build attendance prior to the meeting, utilize off-site venues, streamline the planning of your meeting and provide value-added services.
Some of the services that the Bureau can provide are:
- Market the destination to attendees via promotional material, thereby encouraging attendance
- Act as a liaison between the planner and community officials
- Obtain special letters of welcome from local and state government officials
- Suggest ways meeting attendees can maximize free time
- Assist with event planning and provide contacts who can fulfill those requests