Business leaders to make presentations on Cincinnati's image

CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) - Local business leaders are making presentations Tuesday on Cincinnati's image.

The presentations will be held during the Quality of Life Committee meeting at noon in city council chambers.

At a recent Quality of Life meeting, chair Laure Quinlivan focused on the topic of the city's image, bringing in professionals from regional and local tourism and economic development groups.

She then requested three different groups who market the city's image to present to the committee meting what they feel the brand image should be.

Those presenting during Tuesday's meeting will be Johnna Reeder, Vice President of Duke Energy's Community Relations; Paul Fox, spokesman for Proctor and Gamble; Jenny Kessler, young professional and former UrbanCincy blogger; Danny Klinger, young professional and preservationist and founder of OTR Adopt; and Greg Newberry of Animal Instincts Advertising.

The public is invited to attend Tuesday's meeting.

In 2010, the city launched as a way for potential visitors and new residents and businesses to see all the reasons to come to the city.