Cincinnati Data Cabling Launches Queen City Heroes Initiative


LEBANON, OH -- Cincinnati Data Cabling (CDC) launched its Queen City Heroes Initiative on Tuesday, March 5. The monthly program acknowledges Tri-State-area heroes for their service and sacrifice to the local community and beyond.

“We are thrilled to kick off the Queen City Heroes Initiative,” said Bryan Wolf, president and owner of Cincinnati Data Cabling. “Our community is filled with unsung heroes who go above and beyond every day. This program is our way of saying 'thank you' and shining a spotlight on those who make our community a better place to live and work.”

Community members may nominate heroes from the following professions: veterans, active-duty military (including active time with reserves or the National Guard), firefighters, law enforcement officers, nurses, EMTs, teachers, and civil servants.

Selected heroes will receive $250 to donate to a charity of their choice and a token of appreciation for their service. Visit Queen City Heroes to nominate a local member of the community.

Locally owned and with 32 years of business in the Tri-State, CDC wishes to foster positive local narratives that inspire and uplift in a world often overshadowed by negative stories. CDC is a local expert in commercial solutions for low-voltage cabling, video surveillance, access control, and more. For more information on CDC, visit or call 513-777-DATA.

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