Advertising in Cleveland

Cleveland was founded in 1796. It is located in the most populous county in Ohio, Cuyahoga County. It is the center of manufacturing because its’s connected to canals and railroad lines. Its economy is diverse, including manufacturing, financial services, healthcare, and biomedical. As of 2010, the city had a total population of 396,815, making Cleveland the second largest city in Ohio. In 2011, the Greater Cleveland Metropolitan Area was ranked 28th largest in the United States with 2,068,283. Residents of Cleveland are called "Clevelanders," some nicknames for the city are "North Coast," "The Forest City," "The Rock and Roll Capital of the World," and historically "Sixth City."

  • Estimated Population :385,525
  • Foreign born :4.90%
  • Language other than English spoken at home :12.60%
  • High school graduates :78.40%
  • Bachelor’s degree or higher :16.10%
  • Median Household income :$26,583
  • Per Capita income :$18,003
  • Population per sq. mile :5,107
  • White :40.30%,Black or African :50.80%,American Indian :0.50%,Asian :2.00%,Others :6.40%

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Events in Cleveland

  • Brite Winter
  • Kurentovanje
  • St. Patrick’s Day
  • Cleveland International Film Festival
  • Dyngus Day
  • The Cleveland Thyagaraja Festival
  • Hessler Street Fair
  • Cleveland Asian Festival
  • Berea’s National Rib Cook-off
  • Clifton Arts & Musicfest
  • Duck Tape Festival
  • Larchmere Porchfest
  • Parade the Circle
  • Taste of Tremont
  • Burning River Fest
  • The Feast of the Assumption
  • Cleveland Garlic Festival
  • Pro Football Hall of Fame Enshrinement Festival
  • Greater Cleveland Urban Film Festival
  • Ingenuityfest
  • Cleveland National Air Show
  • Neocycle
  • Cleveland Beer Week
  • Winterfest

Business & Education in Cleveland

  • The city is home to six Fortune 500 companies. They are Eaton, Parker Hannifin, Sherwin-Williams, Cliffs Natural Resources, Aleris, and Key Corp. Other companies of note headquartered in Cleveland include American Greetings, Chef Boyardee, Cleveland International Records, Cleveland Motorcycle Manufacturing Company, Glidden, Jewell Automotive, Jordan Motor Car Company, KeyBank, King Musical Instruments, Kirby Company, G.C. Kuhlman Car Company, Moen, Mr. Hero, Progressive Corporation, Sherwin-Williams, and Stouffer’s.
  • There is one public university located within the city limits: Cleveland State University (CSU). Private colleges in the city include Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland Institute of Art, and Cleveland Institute of Music.