Sunday, May 05, 2002

Cincinnati Web site now in Spanish




        Ahora en espanol (now in Spanish): The Partnership for Greater Cincinnati has launched the Spanish version of its Cincinnati USA Web portal.

        The Cincinnati USA site is also translated into French, German and Japanese, with information designed for workers and businesses interested in relocating to the Tristate.

        For more information, go to www.cincinnatiusa.org/spanish.

       



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