Video: ‘Thank You, Cincinnati’

Watch the TV spot the University of Cincinnati created to thank the city as it wraps up its 200th birthday

As the University of Cincinnati reaches the climax of its Bicentennial Celebration, a new TV spot is showing its gratitude to the city that gave birth to it 200 years ago. The 30-second video features UC President Neville Pinto, the university’s Board of Trustees, its Bicentennial co-chairs Phil and Lela Collins and Kim Dobbs, students and faculty saying “thank you, Cincinnati.” The celebration concludes with the Boldly Bearcat Bicentennial Bash on Friday, Nov. 8, at Fifth Third Arena, beginning at 7:30 p.m. The event is free and features food, beverages, food, music and activities. The video was produced by the university’s Marketing and Communications team.

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