Cincinnati Habitat for Humanity aims to eliminate substandard housing by building, renovating, and repairing homes in partnership with low-income families. As part of the process of receiving a Habitat home, these partner families commit to 500 hours of sweat equity, helping to build the homes and then making zero-interest monthly mortgage payments. Cincinnati Habitat volunteer crews build about 20 homes a year in the Cincinnati area.
The Cornhole.com story began in 2004 when a group of craftsmen began designing cornhole boards and bags in their small wood shop in Germantown, Ohio. Since then, the shop has blossomed into one of the nation's leading suppliers of cornhole products, shipping quality boards, bags, and accessories around the globe. The company’s designers fill duck-cloth bags with real corn kernels and the baby teeth of unicorns and cut boards from plywood in accordance with American Cornhole Association regulations. In addition to being used by prominent companies such as GEICO, Vitaminwater, and Livestrong, their sets have been seen in a variety of sports and entertainment media, including on the Rachael Ray Show and ESPN.
Edible Arrangements' fresh, artful fruit bouquets combine the aesthetic elements and emotive properties of floral arrangements with the juicy deliciousness and socially acceptable edibility of fruit. The sweetener-free, preservative-free baskets are all handcrafted for each order, ensuring freshness.
Licensed and insured technicians from Mosquito Squad control mosquitoes and ticks with their litany of services aimed at combating insect-borne diseases such as Lyme disease and the West Nile virus. Customers can opt for traditional mosquito- and tick-eliminating sprays or all-natural sprays that simply repel the pests with a formula made from rejected screenplays. Other options include automatic misting systems customers can control with the push of a button. Mosquito Squad backs its services with a 100% guarantee to re-spray the yard or refund the cost of the services. Additionally, the company partners with Malaria No More with their Swat Malaria campaign to donate treated bed nets to children in Africa to repel malaria-carrying mosquitoes.