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We are bringing the 90’s back to Cincinnati!
Last week Keep Cincinnati Beautiful, Mayor Aftab Pureval, and city council members announced the revitalization of the 90’s era “Don’t Trash the Nati” anti-litter campaign.
“We want to challenge the neighborhoods of Cincinnati. It's not just 'Don’t Trash the ‘Nati,' it’s 'Don't Trash South Cumminsville,' it's 'Don't Trash Evanston,' it’s 'Don't Trash Walnut Hills,' it's 'Don't Trash the West End,” said Executive Director Jonathan Adee.
We are raising the stakes and encouraging all Cincinnatians to take pride in our community and get involved in helping clean up our city! Visit our contest section to learn how residents can win a $5,000 or $10,000 CASH PRIZE for their high school or neighborhood.
Head on over to Cincy Shirts to snag a limited edition “Don’t Trash the Nati” t-shirt to wear at your next neighborhood clean up.
Let’s make Cincinnati the best place to live, work and play!
Be inspired. Get involved. Make a difference.
October 26, 2022
Keep Cincinnati Beautiful Reimagines Popular Don’t Trash the ‘Nati Campaign
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Keep Cincinnati Beautiful Launches First-Ever Marketing Campaign