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Greater Cleveland Auto Show

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Greater Cleveland Auto Show

Camaro Concept Car at the 2006 Greater Cleveland Auto Show

(courtesy of the GCADA)

The Greater Cleveland Auto Show is held each year at the end of February and the beginning of March. The 10-day event, held at the Cleveland I-X Center, features more than 1,000 production, classic, and concept vehicles and draws over 600,000 visitors annually. The dates for the 2014 show are March 1 - 9.

The Exhibits:

The Cleveland Auto Show features more than 1,000 production, concept, and classic vehicles. Included are domestic, imports, SUVs, crossover vehicles, mini-vans, and experimental vehicles. It's a great way to see all of the new cars without running from dealer to dealer. Plus, you can see what's coming in the years ahead.

Events:

In addition to the cars and other vehicles, the auto show features celebrity sports figures and autograph signings. Participants for 2013 included Cleveland Browns players, Joshua Cribbs and TJ Ward; several Cleveland Cavaliers players; and four NASCAR drivers.

The show will also include exhibits, driving presentations, and car accessory vendors.

Family Day:

March 3 (2014) is family day. Children 15 and younger receive free admission. Kids will also enjoy the interactive kids zone.

Giveaways:

The Cleveland Auto Show features several giveaways throughout the the duration of the show. For 2014, one person will win a new car and one person will win 12 months free natural gas service to their home. Visit the car giveaway booth to register.

Hours and Admission:

The Cleveland Auto Show is open Monday through Saturday 11am - 10pm and Sunday from 11am to 8pm.

Admission for the 2014 show is $13 for adults, $11 for seniors (62+) and preteens (ages 7-12), and free for those 6 and younger. Parking is free. Tickets can be purchased online from the Auto Show Web site.

(Last updated 12-3-13)

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