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GetToOktoberfest.com – New Website Helps Oktoberfest and Reds Fans Get to New Festival Site

| August 17, 2016 | 0 Comments
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Producers of Oktoberfest Zinzinnati unveiled GetToOktoberfest.com; a new micro-website which will help fans of Oktoberfest and the Cincinnati Reds travel to baseball games and the largest Oktoberfest in the nation. Oktoberfest Zinzinnati, presented by Sam Adams, will celebrate its 40th anniversary, September 16-18, at its new location on Second and Third Streets, between Walnut and Elm Streets, downtown.
 
“Oktoberfest Zinzinnati will enjoy a brand new, bigger site – and the Cincinnati Reds are hosting four home games during Oktoberfest weekend,” said Jill Meyer, president and CEO of the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber, producers of Oktoberfest Zinzinnati. “GetToOktoberfest.com provides must-read information to make travel to Oktoberfest and Reds games as easy and safe as possible.”
 
GetToOktoberfestZinzinnati.com provides:
 
· Directions to Oktoberfest Zinzinnati from I-71, I-75, I-471 and US 50.
 
· Preferred parking locations.
 
· Public transit information including Cincinnati Streetcar stops and information.
 
· Designated pick-up location for Lyft, taxis and Uber.
 
· Road closure and construction information.
 
The site will continue to be updated with new information, links and transportation options as they become available.
 
“We’re working with Cincinnati Police to encourage those attending Oktoberfest Zinzinnati to park north of the festival, while asking fans of the Cincinnati Reds to park south of Second Street,” said Cynthia Oxley, director of Oktoberfest Zinzinnati. “GetToOktoberfest.com also offers many public transit options including the Cincinnati Streetcar, Cincinnati Metro, TANK’s Southbank Shuttle and Red Bike.”
 
About Oktoberfest Zinzinnati
Oktoberfest Zinzinnati, produced by the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber and presented by Sam Adams, is September 16-18, 2016 on Second and Third Streets, between Walnut and Elm Streets in downtown. Zinzinnati. The celebration showcases the region’s rich German heritage, as well as tasty samples of German-style music, food and beer. First held in 1976, the event has grown to be America’s largest Oktoberfest with more than 600,000 people attending each year.

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