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Summary: Morning Columbo Attract Young And Educated People, "humongotron" Is Divided Into

In today's review: Columbo is to attract young and educated people, a shop devoted to the UAV is open in Dayton, Cleveland is becoming the destination of Cleveland, the Cleveland Cavaliers home is a huge new scoreboard, the first beer factory in the country opened in Ohio strippers the club.
Columbus is becoming a magnet for young college graduates, the New York Times reports. The paper looked at cities with larger-than-average percentages of people between 25 and 34 who have bachelor's degrees, and found " some surprising cities ... skewing young, including Columbus, Baltimore and Salt Lake City." Joe Cortright, head of the think tank City Observatory, told the paper that companies are following those young, educated residents because they're pickier about location and that type of work force is "the economic engine of a vibrant city."
A first in the country in Dayton as a drone enthusiast is opening a store devoted exclusively to drones of all shapes and sizes, the Dayton Business Journal reports. Dayton Drones is scheduled to debut at Glimcher's Dayton Mall next month selling drones ranging from $30 to $15,000, the paper said. "I'm going for the consumer as well as the business end of it," owner Jay Day told the paper.
Cleveland's convention and visitors' bureau is rebranding. Crain's Cleveland Business reports the agency is switching from Positively Cleveland to Destination Cleveland "to better reflect the work the organization does to showcase Cleveland as a destination for leisure and business travel." CEO David Gilbert told the paper the new name "perfectly describes our daily mission – and that's to increase travel and tourism in northeast Ohio."
In sports, Quicken Loans Arena is getting a "Humongotron" giant scoreboard in time for LeBron James' regular-season debut with the Cleveland Cavaliers, Crain's Cleveland Business reports. It'll be the largest HD videoboard at an arena in the U.S. at 5,550 square feet, the paper said. By contrast, each side of the Columbus Blue Jackets' shiny new scoreboard is 387 square feet. The Crain's column also has an entertaining look at the reaction on Twitter to the battle of former Cleveland Browns quarterbacks Colt McCoy and Brandon Weeden in the Dallas-Washington game on Monday night.
And finally, Ohio is home to America's first strip club brewery. The Akron Beacon-Journal reports Pinups and Pints opened outside Dayton, offering exactly what it sounds like, topless dancers and in-house craft beer. "Anything to put a positive spin on the adult industry … is outstanding," co-owner and brewer Scott Conrad told the paper. "It's kind of different for me." The place was failing as a nude bar without a liquor license, the paper said, thus the change in plans.Source:bizjournals.com

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