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For more information on RiverWorks Discovery, contact Errin Howard:

513.403.9312 |

RWD Fact Sheet 
Sponsorship Benefits

Sponsor Spotlight

Past Sponsor Spotlights

Give us some general information about your company 

Cincinnati Bulk Terminals (CBT) and Port of Cincinnati (POC) are full service, tri-modal river terminals.  We operate 5 docks between the two facilities and handle various bulk and breakbulk products.  In addition, our trucking division, Port of Cincinnati Trucking LLC, offers delivery services.  We also offer our own brand of fertilizer known as “Riverfront Fertilizer” and we market athletic field products to the region.

Recent event/highlight/company accomplishment

We recently joined the Mill Creek Watershed.

Year you became a RiverWorks Discovery® Sponsor

CBT was the first paid sponsor of RiverWorks Discovery.

Why you are involved with RWD

CBT values the educational mission of RiverWorks Discovery to raise awareness in the general public.  Elevating the awareness of the benefits of the rivers is a benefit to all of us involved in river commerce now and into the future.

Recent RWD Event or Sponsorship that you were involved with

Did you know that for every one job created on the river, there are 2 jobs created in the immediate area, according to a 2007 study performed by the University of Arkansas.

Traveling Exhibit Contributors

RiverWorks Discovery™, a nationwide educational program of the National Mississippi River Museum & Aquarium and National Rivers Hall of Fame, gratefully acknowledges the following people and organizations for their contributions of financial support, content, images and expertise to this exhibit.

Funded With Major Support From

American Electric Power Foundation, AEP River Operations, Cargill, AmherstMadison, Eugenie & Joseph Jones Family Foundation, Ingram Barge Company, and The McKnight Foundation.

Supporting Gifts From

Mississippi River Basin Panel on Aquatic Invasive Species, Iowa Department of Natural Resources, USDA Forest Service Eastern Region, and Kirby Inland Marine.

Contributors of Content, Images and Expertise

AEP River Operations, American Commercial Lines, Amon Carter Museum of American Art, Cherokee Barge and Boat, City of Nashville, Captain Mike Conklin, Dubuque Area Chamber of Commerce Convention & Visitors Bureau, Robert J. Hurt, Illinois Natural History Survey, Ingram Barge Company, Iowa Department of Natural Resources, Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division, Living Lands and Waters, Gary R. Lucy Gallery, Michigan Sea Grant, Mississippi River Basin Panel on Aquatic Invasive Species, National Portrait Gallery, Navy History and Heritage Command, NOAA, Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources, Henry A. Petter Supply Co., Project AWARE, Seamen’s Church Institute, Dr. Abdul K. Sinno, Captain Robert Staples, USDA Forest Service Eastern Region, Cynthia Vanderlip, Wildlife Forever,
David Williamson, Wisconsin Sea Grant Institute