Now that Zeel is bringing the best massage at home (and in hotels and spas) to over 75 cities across the United States, the wait for your in-home massage may be over. The next city to welcome the arrival of the most reliable, high-quality massage at home: Cincinnati, Ohio.
Why Cincinnati is cool
What are some things that make our newest Zeel city special? Here’s a partial list.
There is a house that looks just like a mushroom. Amateur mycologists take note – this mushroom house is straight out of Middle Earth.
Cincinnati offers some of the most unusual chili in the United States. Let Texas fight it out about beans versus no beans in chili. Cincinnatians are way ahead of the curve with their Cincinnati chili, a meat sauce concoction that is traditionally served over spaghetti. This chili variant can be served from two ways up to five ways (five-way chili contains spaghetti, chili, cheese, onion, and beans).
The historic Reds
The local baseball team, the Cincinnati Reds, is the first professional baseball team (they got started back in 1869). During the “red scare” craze of the 1950s, the team temporarily changed their names to the Redlegs.
The Cincinnati Zoo (the second-oldest in the nation) is home to beloved baby hippo Fiona. Born six weeks early, Fiona has thrived with loving care, becoming a celebrity hippo. Even though she is no longer an infant, she is still an adorable hippo.
The creator of Pringles, the salty, can-encased potato chip, is buried in town – in a Pringles can. (Original flavor, in case you were wondering.)
Cincinnati massage on demand at home
Zeel marks its debut in Cincinnati this February 2018. Not only does Zeel offer the best quality massage, Zeel is ideal for couples massage in Cincinnati for Valentine’s Day, massages at Cincinnati hotels for tourists and travelers, and just relaxing with a great in-home massage delivered to you, on your schedule – same-day, or up to 30 days in advance.
Marcy is the SVP of People and Communications at Zeel. In addition to overseeing the humans of Zeel, Marcy has written about workplace topics for more than 20 years both at Zeel and as VP of Content for Vault.com, a career information web site and publisher.