You wanna check out the latest and greatest automobiles? Then head to the Duke Energy Convention Center in Cincinnati for the Cincinnati Auto Expo. Weather you are looking to buy a new car or just check out some great looking cars, this is where you need to be!
- Wednesday, February 18: 5 p.m. – 9 p.m.
- Thursday, February 19: 11 a.m. – 8:30 p.m.
- Friday, February 20: 11 a.m. – 9 p.m.
- Saturday, February 21: 10 a.m. – 9 p.m.
- Sunday, February 22: 11 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Every car company you can think of will be at the Cincinnati Auto Expo– Ford, GMC, Toyota and many more!
Check the show out first on Wednesday February 18 for their Rev It Up Event! Wednesday night only from 5pm-9pm admission is just $1, all hotdogs and soft drinks are just $1 and draft beer is $3. What a great way to break up that mid week slump- beer and cars and cheap food! All the cars in the show will be there so you will be the first to check out all the fun!
Vehicle specialists and representatives will be on-site at the Expo to answer visitors’ questions and provide comprehensive information about new model features, innovation and technology on display. Vintage car dealers, insurance agencies and other industry-related companies will have booths at the show as well.
“The Expo experience brings dealers under one roof, creating the largest new car showroom in the Greater Cincinnati area,” said Vicki Hart of Hart Productions, producer of the 2015 Auto Expo. “Bring your list of questions and speak with dealership and manufacturer experts on-site. There’s no sales pressure on the show floor. Sit behind the wheel, pop the hood and enjoy a truly hands-on opportunity to find the right vehicle for you and your family.”
In its second year, the Safe Travel Family Zone will feature family-friendly activities and educational opportunities for parents and their children. Grab an Auto Expo Travel Log when you arrive and travel the show floor to discover six “passport” locations where children can learn more about vehicle safety and earn a special prize. The Stonelick Township Fire Department’s custom yellow Dragonfly Foundation fire truck will highlight the passport route. Children are invited to come on-board, learn about fire safety and get pictures taken.
A trampoline and swing set will be on-site all five days of the Expo. Caricatures, face painting and balloon animals with Frozen’s Anna will be available on-site Friday through Sunday, February 20 – 22. Free goody-bags will be given out to the first 3,000 children age eight (8) and under.
“As a parent of young children, travel safety is always top-of-mind,” adds Hart. “Parents and their kids will have the opportunity to learn together from our qualified partners on-site.
Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, the show’s charity partner, will promote its Child Passenger Safety Program with child car seat safety demonstrations and activities for children in the main lobby of Duke Energy Convention Center. Be sure to stop by their booth for your chance to enter to win an EvenFlo car seat.