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What to Expect at the New York International Auto Show

Posted in Auto Show, New York Auto Show, The Car Show by Frank | March 12th, 2012 | Leave a Reply |

The New York International Auto Show has a long history that dates back over a century ago. Its major draw is the ability to see every car that is available in the United States at one time. In recent times, the show has completely smashed attendance records, and if you’re lucky enough to be one of this year’s attendees, there are a few events that you’ll want to know about.

The Show Begins

Of the numerous events that you can look into, there’s a special tour available, though you’ll have to buy the ticket prior to attending the show. Currently there are tickets available for the Thursday tour, and it’ll give you the opportunity to see the event prior to the official start.  When the show opens to the general public there will be three available events running all day.

Initially there will be a classic car collection on display, a chance to ride along in a Jeep, as well as a non-emission vehicle.

Cars and Careers

If you’re a student hoping to land a career in the automobile industry, auto insurance industry, consider going to the career fair. Additionally, on Thursday there will be an opportunity for you to meet with the Telemundo crew and obtain signatures from Victoria Sosa and Rafael Bello.

The Home Stretch

A truly nostalgic event on Friday will leave your jaw on the floor. Celebrity, custom, and exotic vehicles will be around for you to gawk at all day long. If you happen to miss the show during its debut, you can always come back on either that Saturday or Sunday. Although you may not be able to afford these high-priced vehicles, each manufacturer at the show will give out brochures and point you to the nearest dealer if need be.

Conclusion

There’s a lot at the show to explore this year, and you might find yourself staring at a single exhibit for hours. Whether you came for a single brand or just to wander around, keep these events in mind while you’re walking around.

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