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New on Riverfront City Sports

As you’ve (hopefully) noticed by now, things look at little different on Riverfront City Sports’ website. We have a sexy new design that we think will provide you, the reader, with easier navigation and an enhanced experience.

Along with the new design, we have provided  a few other “tools” that we added just for you located at the top of the page on our Tools bar.

The first of which is Your Riverfront. This is where you set up (or log into) your very own Riverfront City Sports profile. In doing so, you will have a personalized site that focuses on involving you in the conversation. Plus, who knows what perks (aka giveaways) will be available in the future for the members.

Next, you will find the Newsletter tab at the top – and this is exactly what it sounds like. Sign up to receive the RCS newsletter – and have it customized specifically for you and your teams. Receive the stories only regarding the teams you cheer for and nothing else. It’s simple, free and a great way to stay current with your teams.

Thirdly is our Connect section. Here you will find all of our individual twitter accounts for your favorite teams – the Bengals, Reds, Wildcats, Buckeyes, Bearcats, Cardinals and Musketeers (as well as our main RCS account as well). Find them on twitter and enjoy the news!

Want to join the RCS team? Check out the Apply page to submit your application.

Lastly is the Upcoming page. This page is your holy grail for all upcoming games and events surrounding your favorite teams. Can’t remember when the next game is? No big deal, just check it out on this page. Also, for your convenience, you can find the next two calendar events on the right side of every page underneath “Upcoming Events”.

What else would you like to see from the site? Shoot us an email and tell us!

We hope you enjoy Riverfront City Sports 2.o!

Grant E. Doepel

Grant E. Doepel

Editor in Chief and co-founder of Riverfront Grumble, Doepel is a Cincinnati native who lives and breathes Queen City sports. A University of the Cumberlands graduate with degrees in Journalism and Communication Arts, Doepel still resides in the Greater Cincinnati area to provide easy access to the riverfront stadiums.
Grant E. Doepel

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