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Statement from the CBC regarding COVID-19

Posted: March 16, 2020


These unprecedented times call for bold measures in battling the potentially deadly COVID-19 virus. The Covington Business Council Board of Directors today unanimously voted to suspend all of its public meetings until April 25. In addition to holding no public events -- such as CBC Connects, monthly luncheons, Hard Hat Tours, and socials – during this time, all volunteer meetings, such as board and committee meetings, will be held remotely. The CBC staff also will work remotely when possible. 

The health and safety of the CBC staff, our stakeholders, and our community is of primary importance. We will continue to monitor phone and email communications in the upcoming weeks to answer questions or provide assistance to our member businesses. And we will keep you apprised of any updates in the coming weeks. 

Two excellent resources for more information are from the Centers For Disease Control and from the Commonwealth of Kentucky: 








CBC Member Spotlight: Full Throttle Adrenaline Park

Posted: March 13, 2020

Full Throttle Adrenaline Park is THE place to go when you’re in the mood for some action-packed fun.  Originally opened in  2011 as an indoor go-karting facility in the Tri County area north of Cincinnati, Full Throttle expanded and opened their second location in Florence, KY, in 2017.  In addition, Full Throttle has added expansions to include axe throwing lanes, virtual reality arenas, the area’s first Rage Rooms and soon to be opening this spring, the area’s ONLY multi-level indoor paintball arena.  From birthday parties to large corporate events offering bar and catering services, or just a fun, Saturday night date night, Full Throttle has something for everyone.  As a proud community partner, Full Throttle Adrenaline Park donates time and  services to Racing 4 Vets, Warrior Weekend to Remember, Muscular Dystrophy’s Fill The Boot program, various Police and Fire Department Fundraisers and charitable donations to community services like the Dragonfly Foundation.  They also proudly partner with several county organizations working with people with disabilities.


Becky Vaughn, Full Throttle’s Corporate Events Director, is involved with the CBC’s concierge program, Northern Kentucky Chamber’s Women’s Initiative Connect Hour Committee, and is Chair of the Northern Kentucky Chamber’s Ambassador’s Committee.






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