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Krista Kuhlman
Oct 14, 2020
In Drivable Destinations
Whether you are looking to explore the outdoors, enjoy world-renowned crafted bourbon, learn interesting history and stories of the early 1900s, or all three, there are plenty of exciting destinations within a short drive of Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky! Red River Gorge Getaway: The Red River Gorge is a canyon system located on the Red River in east-central Kentucky and the ideal destination for rest and relaxation amidst natural beauty. Unwind in your remote hideaway or take part in various adventure activities such as zip-lining, hiking, rock climbing or a trip to the Natural Bridge State Park. The Kentucky Bourbon Trail: During a full day adventure you will enjoy a sample of iconic distillery tours and tastings on what is known as the “South Route” of the Kentucky Bourbon Trail. Your private driver will share interesting history as you sit back and enjoy the ride, soaking in the beautiful Kentucky Bluegrass along the way. Indy Stay & Play: Experience two of Indiana’s finest golf courses over a 2-day, 1-night golf getaway. Play one course each day, along with an evening in beautiful downtown Indianapolis. My Old Kentucky Home: The Bluegrass state is famous for its rich history, horses and bourbon. Experience the best of all three on this all-day tour from Lexington. Your private driver will share interesting history as you sit back and enjoy the ride. Lake Norris Getaway: Welcome to Norris Lake where water related recreational opportunities await in one of the region’s cleanest lakes. Endless fun-filled activities await you; including boating, water sports, fishing, swimming, scuba diving, and relaxing. Elk Creek Vineyards: Nestled among the rolling hills of Kentucky, Elk Creek Vineyards was established in 2003 believing that the only way to make great wine is to intimately know what grows best on Kentucky soil, hand select the finest grapes at harvest and limit production. It is a premier winery destination and a spectacular place for tastings, winemaking tours, live entertainment, and delicious cuisine at the on-site cafe.
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Krista Kuhlman
Oct 14, 2020
In Social Hour!
Here's another sign that summer travel is rebounding: Airbnb said it's experiencing a surge in bookings as customers emerge from several months of being cooped up in their homes because of Covid-19. Read the full CNN article HERE.
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Krista Kuhlman
Oct 14, 2020
In Social Hour!
Scott Ruprecht and his team of four at Mount Adams-based Giveback XP (previously Giveback Sports) have met the challenge of fundraising during a global pandemic, using it as an opportunity to innovate. They’ve launched a new division, Hometown Experiences, to bolster their revenue and that of their partners in the travel and nonprofit realm. Read more of this story featured in Movers & Makers magazine HERE. We want to hear your creative fundraising ideas! Share how your nonprofit or charity has pivoted to fundraising during a global pandemic below.
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Krista Kuhlman
Oct 14, 2020
In Social Hour!
A Cincinnati company is offering behind-the-scenes experiences not always offered to the general public, with proceeds benefitting businesses that have been impacted by Covid-19. Hometown Experiences launched in early June, giving companies negatively impacted by the coronavirus an opportunity at new streams of revenue while giving the public the ability to go behind the bar with their favorite mixologist, learn the ins and outs of the bourbon industry or go on a shopping spree with a personal stylist. The company is an outgrowth of Giveback XP, a tourism firm that specializes in putting together experiences that nonprofits can auction off at fundraisers. To read the rest of the story click HERE: The Cincinnati Business Courier
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