Roebling Point Books & Coffee in Dayton received a $5,000 grant from the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber and Duke Energy’s ‘Storefronts to the Forefront’ small business visibility program.
Roebling Point was the only Northern Kentucky business to receive a grant. The coffee shop is located in a former corner grocery store at the intersection of Sixth Avenue and Vine Street in Dayton. The four other recipient businesses are located in Cincinnati.
“We are thrilled to partner once again with Duke Energy to support our region’s unique storefronts and business districts,” Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber President Brendon Cull said in a press release. “These businesses help define who we are and contribute directly to the cultural vibrancy and economy of our region. We’re proud to play a small part in their journeys and grateful to be engaged with each of these storefronts and business owners.
Recipients can use the funds for capital improvements, marketing support or expansion investments.
The Cincinnati Chamber and Duke Energy will co-promote one of the five businesses monthly, highlighting the grant recipient and their neighborhood through Chamber publications, social media, email and other outlets.