Cincinnati Reaches Tradeshow Compromise

The Greater Cincinnati Convention and Visitors Bureau achieved a partial victory when the City Council unanimously approved a new booking policy for the Albert B. Sabin Convention Center recently. Under the new policy, effective in 2002, the number of time blocks guaranteed to public shows is reduced from ten to four, opening up more time blocks for conventions. During the first quarter, a critical period for convention business, six time blocks had been reserved for consumer shows; now that

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