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New sign coming to downtown Cincinnati skyline

Avondale-based Holthaus Lackner Signs will be installing the Cincinnati Bell sign, which faces south (Photo: Cincinnati Bell) Avondale-based Holthaus Lackner Signs will be installing the Cincinnati Bell sign, which faces south (Photo: Cincinnati Bell)
CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) -

Cincinnati Bell announced Thursday that they will be adding their logo to the top of the company's downtown headquarters at the Atrium Two building. 

“We are proud to be in Downtown Cincinnati,” said Jane Weiler in a release, director of marketing communications for Cincinnati Bell. “This sign helps demonstrate our commitment to the community.”

According to Cincinnati Bell, the sign will be white and illuminated by LED lights.  Avondale-based Holthaus Lackner Signs will be installing the Cincinnati Bell sign, which faces south.

The sign will be finished by Opening Day for the Cincinnati Reads, Cincinnati Bell said.

Cincinnati Bell says that they are currently moving 600 jobs Downtown, mostly from their Norwood office and most of those employees will be downtown by the end of July.

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