Nick Vehr2018-12-17T13:07:11-04:00

A fight song, a fighter and a Samurai warrior

Best book you’ve ever read?
“Shogun,” by James Clavell, because it helped me impress my future wife. We were both reading it on the day we met.

Most interesting event you’ve attended?
We were privileged to watch Muhammad Ali light the Olympic Games torch at the 1996 opening ceremony.

Your walk-out song?
“Notre Dame Victory March” fight song.

Nick Vehr

CEO | Executive Counselor

You can trust him with your business …

If Nick ever needs a personal slogan, a good one would be, “I’m open!” Whether catching passes as a Notre Dame football player (including from Joe Montana) or tackling any personal or professional challenge with a “We can do this!” enthusiasm, he’s open.

That game attitude informs every project he takes on — and he’s taken on countless complex ones, including serving as managing director for the massive World Choir Games and founding Cincinnati 2012, Inc. to pursue designation for Cincinnati as a “U.S. Olympic Bid City.” Thanks to his varied background, from his past as a Cincinnati City Council member to his service as chair of the Cincinnati USA Convention & Visitors Bureau and the Economics Center at the University of Cincinnati, Nick understands the tough issues. Which is why anytime things hit the fan for a company, organization or local influencer, they call Nick.

… and you’ll want to hang out with him, too.

Nick loves an adventure, including traveling the world from China to Dubai. Heck, rumor has it he once even wrestled a Texas longhorn … not the college football player, the 2,000-pound beast. When it comes to having fun, he’s open.

A fight song, a fighter and a Samurai warrior

Best book you’ve ever read?
“Shogun,” by James Clavell, because it helped me impress my future wife. We were both reading it on the day we met.

Most interesting event you’ve attended?
We were privileged to watch Muhammad Ali light the Olympic Games torch at the 1996 opening ceremony.

Your walk-out song?
“Notre Dame Victory March” fight song.