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Jeans Now Permitted as Metropolitan Club Turns 25
October 30, 2016

It is perched high atop RiverCenter with unrivaled views of the rolling hills of Northern Kentucky and the bright lights of the Cincinnati skyline.

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The MET Club Proves That The Best View Of Cincinnati Is Actually In Kentucky
October 28, 2016

The MET Club is a 25-year-old membership-based organization situated at the top of Covington's tallest building.

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25 years later, sky is still the limit as Metropolitan Club sticks to its mission to ‘Bridge the Bridges’
October 28, 2016

As city skyline views go, it’s hard to beat the commanding perspective from the Metropolitan Club.

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Metropolitan Club celebrates 25 years as force for good in region
October 28, 2016

It's a place where deals are done by business leaders across Greater Cincinnati, where behind-the-scenes conversations get the ball rolling and where those in the know meet to break bread, brainstorm and socialize..

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Metropolitan Club 25th Anniversary
October 24, 2016

The Metropolitan Club is celebrating its 25th Anniversary and Chef, Kelsey Yerger and Dan Bockrath. makes us sea scallops.

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Chef Kelsey Yerger celebrates long tenure with Metropolitan Club
October 21, 2016

The skyline view of Covington’s Metropolitan Club is a long way from the local diner in Reading, Penn., where Kelsey Yerger washed dishes on the weekend as a motivated 13-year-old boy.

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Change with a View
 

The Metropolitan Club in Covington adapts to a new generation while keeping what matters.

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25 Years of Covington's Metropolitan Club
August 2, 2016
 

Known for its panoramic view of downtown Cincinnati, the Metropolitan Club is a renowned private business club that has brought together diverse members throughout the years.

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Met Club Names New President
June 12, 2016

From counter culture to high culture: the Metropolitan Club has named the co-founder and former publisher of Cincinnati's alternative weekly newspaper as its new president.

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