Electric car charging station at AAA in Red Bank.
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CINCINNATI -- AAA celebrated opening its first electric vehicle charging station in the Midwest on Friday.

The free, 24-hour service for electric vehicle owners is located at the new AAA office at 3998 Red Bank Road. It's the first AAA office in the area to include an electric vehicle charging station.

Ribbon-cutting took place at 11 a.m.

To read more on charging your electric vehicle and to find other locations, visit AAA.

 

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