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Mike Castrucci CJDR donates CPR training manikins to Little Miami Joint Fire & Rescue

Greater Cincinnati Automobile Dealers Assn. (GCADA) member Mike Castrucci Chrysler Jeep Dodge RAM in Fairfax will donate and present three state-of-the-art CPR training manikins to Little Miami Joint Fire District […]

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GCADA supports PurpleStride Cincinnati 2022

GCADA helped celebrate the memories of its friends Ron Borcherding and Ken Falhaber by sponsoring the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network’s PurpleStride Cincinnati walk and run at Coney Island Park April […]

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GCADA downtown Cincinnati State of Ohio License Bureau supports Cincinnati LifeCenter organ donation campaign

Our downtown Cincinnati State of Ohio License Bureau wore blue and green April 22 to support the LifeCenter Organ Donor Network and encourage motorists to become organ donors. Our donation […]

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GCADA member Kerry Chevrolet donates CPR manikins

Alexandria, Ky. – April 13, 2022 – Greater Cincinnati Automobile Dealers Assn. (GCADA) member Kerry Chevrolet donated four state-of-the-art CPR training manikins to the Alexandria, Ky., Fire District today to […]

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Cincinnati Children’s donation sets GCADA record

Greater Cincinnati Auto Dealers Assn. members raised an organizational-record $80,000 donation for the Cincinnati Children’s Comprehensive Children’s Injury Clinic that studies injury care, trains health professionals, improves community injury prevention […]

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Fisher Phillips: The Widespread Availability Of COVID-19 Vaccines May Be Here Sooner Than You Think: A 10-Step Action Plan For Employers

The growing availability of COVID-19 vaccines in Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana along with the creation of mass sites are increasing the likelihood employees will wish to be vaccinated.  What should […]

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Fisher Phillips survey most employers not interested in mandating COVID-19 vaccination but uncertain how to incentivize workforce inoculation

By: Phillip Bauknight, Richard Meneghello and Kevin Troutman The vast majority of employers are not considering mandating their employees receive the COVID-19 vaccine, instead choosing to encourage the shot – […]

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Fisher Phillips: Latest federal stimulus legislation ends FFCRA requirements, extends employer tax-credit period through March

The latest federal stimulus legislation does not extend the paid sick leave and paid family and medical leave requirements of the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA), which expired December […]

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CDC updates COVID-19 quarantine recommendations

October 27, 2020 – Quarantine is used to keep someone who might have been exposed to COVID-19 away from others. Quarantine helps prevent spread of disease that can occur before […]

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CDC provides Halloween tips for minimizing COVID-19 exposure

The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has provided tips that will help children and adults enjoy a fun Halloween while minimizing exposure to COVID-19. Safe trick-or-treating  Avoid direct contact with […]

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