President Trump will tout the Republican tax cuts at a Blue Ash manufacturing company Monday afternoon.
The president will be going to Sheffer Corp., a company which makes industrial cylinders.
Last month, after Trump signed the tax reform bill into law, Sheffer management gave its employees $1,000 bonuses, according to U.S. Sen. Rob Portman, who visited the plant in early January.
Portman's spokeswoman said the senator will accompany Trump to Sheffer on Monday.
Ohio Public Radio reports that gubernatorial candidate Mary Taylor and her running mate, Nathan Estruth, will also attend the president's event.
The White House has yet to release details on the visit.
It will Trump's second visit to Cincinnati as president.
In June 2017, he went to an East End marina in Cincinnati and made a speech on repairing the nation's aging infrastructure.