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Cranley names December 9 'Clubessential Day' in Cincinnati

CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) -

Mayor John Cranley will open the annual strategy session of Clubessential, a Cincinnati-based Internet services company, to talk about the importance of small business growth in Cincinnati.

Clubessential will conduct its annual three-day strategy meeting in Cincinnati starting December 9, after its fourteenth consecutive year of growth. 

Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley has proclaimed December 9 "Clubessential Day" in Cincinnati.

Clubessential builds web-based marketing, transaction and communications solutions for high-end clubs, resorts and other kinds of communities around the world, with over 1,000 clients and 63 employees.

Their agency-design services include website development, reservations systems (tee times, courts, spa treatments, activities, dining, etc.), financial statement display and online payments, along with targeted e-mail systems.

Clubessential serves the majority of the best clubs in the country, including 55 percent of Platinum golf courses (as ranked by Sibbald and Associates, 2012) as well as local clubs such as Cincinnati Country Club, Hyde Park Country Club, the University Club, Cincinnati Athletic Club, the Heritage Club and the Metropolitan Club.

The three-day strategy session will be held at 9:00 a.m. today in the Junior League of Cincinnati building at 3500 Columbia Pkwy, Cincinnati, OH 45226.

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