Hear from the core team responsible for launching a pop-up activation space dedicated to the “Yes on 8” campaign to preserve Cincinnati's beloved Union Terminal. Through creative programming at the Action Center and around the community, the “Yes on 8” campaign encouraged voters to support the passage of a county-wide, sales tax increase that would raise $175 million to restore the Art Deco masterpiece. And it worked! Issue 8 passed by an overwhelming margin this past election day.
Speakers Jennifer Sandy, Jason Clement, Grant Stevens and Ross Bradford talk about what went into pulling together the “Yes on 8” Action Center, suggest ways to cut costs, explain what worked and what didn’t, and offer advice on how other organizations could put together a similar campaign to save places in their own communities.
The slides from this webinar and the transcript for slides 1-11 (which was not recorded due to technical difficulties) are attached. The audio for the rest of the presentation is available here.
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