720 E Pete Rose Way, Suite 140, Cincinnati, Ohio 45202
Our headquarters is located in the Queen City, across the street from the Ohio River and the Purple People Bridge, and a quick walk to the Banks and the Central Business District. You can grab a Red Bike across the street and travel to historic Over-the-Rhine and Findlay Market. Whether you are taking a walk in Sawyer Point, soaking up live music at Fountain Square or catching a Cincinnati Reds, Bengals or FC Cincinnati game, you will see why we Cincinnati is a great place in which to live, work, and play. Cincinnati was also ranked as one of “Ohio’s Fittest Cities” and voted “Best City for New College Grads” for the second year in a row by SmartAsset, and one of “The Top 20 Most Fun Cities in America,” by WalletHub. For more information on the city, check out www.CincinnatiUSA.com or Cincinnati, OH - 14 Reasons You'll Love Living Here.
4 South Main Street, Suite 1300, Dayton, Ohio 45402
The sky was just the start…as the “Birthplace of Aviation,” Dayton is a city with a rich history of innovation. The Dayton office of Champlin is located atop Wright Stop Plaza located downtown in this city which has recently been named "Happiest City to Work in Right Now," and "Nation's Most Affordable City." Dayton is home to wonderful arts and cultural organizations, such as the Dayton Art Institute, Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra, Dayton Opera, Victoria Theatre, and Schuster Performing Arts Center, and the Dayton Ballet is the nation’s second-oldest ballet company. Home to Wright Patterson Air Force Base and the University of Dayton Research Institute, it is home to some of the best minds in research. Come to this award-winning city for a Dayton Flyers or Dayton Dragons game, hike or camp in one of the Five Rivers MetroParks or nearby Yellow Springs, catch a bite to eat in the historic Oregon District, or sit on the lawn and enjoy a concert at the new Levitt Pavilion. Click to learn more about living in Dayton or check Dayton out here.
217 West 10th Street, Suite 100, Indianapolis, Indiana 46202
Living and working in Indianapolis isn’t all about the Indy 500. Our Indianapolis office is located in the historic Stutz Business and Arts Center downtown, which is touted “Indianapolis’ Most Unique Space For Rent.” You won’t run out of things to do in Indianapolis, check out a Colts or Pacers game, walk along the canal or jump on the Indianapolis Cultural Trail, or discover one or all of Indiana’s amazing state parks. Wander through one of the six Cultural Districts or visit Monument Circle. Indianapolis was recently ranked as the “Second-best city for jobs in America” by Glassdoor, and number ten out of 21 US cities with the highest startup growth in the Kauffman Index. To learn more about why Indianapolis is a fit for you, check out these websites: http://www.downtownindy.org; https://indychamber.com/.
6635 West Central Ave, Toledo, Ohio 43617
A vibrant downtown scene and big city entertainment combined with small-town benefits like shorter commutes and luscious parks, Toledo is the perfect city for any generation. With a low cost of living, a big city arts scene, and a wealth of outdoor activities, Toledo residents know all the best-kept secrets and what makes it a city to live and work. Toledo is best known for its long history of glassmaking and is nicknamed “The Glass City” for being home to several companies which manufacture bottles, construction materials, windows, and art. The Toledo Museum of Art’s Glass Pavilion is a state-of-the-art facility which is used to house, care for, study, and display its renowned glass collection. The city is also home to numerous attractions such as the Toledo Zoo, Toledo-area Metroparks, Huntington Center and Imagination Station. The downtown area is in the middle of an exciting renaissance, offering new restaurants, retail, and housing options. Check out Toledo and catch a Mud Hens or Walleyes game, enjoy some Tony Packo’s hot dogs, and experience the vibrant arts and culture and friendly attitude of Toledo’s residents. To learn more about Toledo click here or check our here.
2333 Alexandria Drive, Suite 235, Lexington, Kentucky 40504
Best known for the bourbon, basketball, and thoroughbreds, Lexington is the Horse Capital of the World. Home to many horse farms, Lexington even has a unique fifth season, affectionately known to locals as “derby season.” The city is also known for its cultural attractions such as the opera, ballet, theater and music. The city is alive with talented bluegrass, blues, jazz, and rock musicians. The University of Kentucky is the ninth largest economic company in the state and is home to the Kentucky State Park System which provides a variety of parks for hiking, camping, boating, and mountain biking. Another unique thing about this city is that a lot of restaurants use locally-sourced food. In 2017, Zagat ranked Lexington as one of the “Top 30 Most Exciting Food Cities in America” and in 2016, Livability recognized Lexington as #81 out of the 100 best U.S. cities to live in. It’s southern charm, vibrant culture, and highly educated population, make it a gem of the Midwest. To learn more about Lexington click here or check out www.onlyinyourstate.com.