The 2007 Washington Auto Show
The Washington Auto Show: "Presenting Advanced Technologies" is sure to put visitors in a state of excitement as The Washington Area New Automobile Dealers Association rolls out more than 700 new makes and models to entice, educate and entertain hundreds of thousands of consumers from Jan. 24 to Jan. 28, 2007 at the Washington Convention Center. This 65th staging promises even bigger, more elaborate and more interactive displays from the show's 42 participating manufacturers, requiring two stories, over nine acres of exhibit space and six days to due it justice.
The shift to late January dates, which started last year, continues to put the Washington Auto Show firmly in the national and international spotlight. With Congress in session, the auto show is a prime destination for law makers, regulatory officials and diplomatic guests, eager to see automotive advances in safety, technology and alternative fuel options.
While the educational aspects of the show are emphasized for this Capital audience, show organizers never forget what visitors really want – a free car! This year, there are more chances than ever to drive home with a new set of wheels. Four new Toyota models will be up for grabs in The 2007 Washington Auto Show Hands On Contest, while The Washington Auto Show/D.C. Lottery Second Chance Drawing will award two vehicles. And if you're interested in an extreme vehicle make-over, check out the Flip My Whip contest, featured in the Automotive Rhythms Restyln' Salon, to see the results of a free $10, 000 customization.
But even devoted car lovers need a break, not to mention those just along for the ride. A full schedule of entertainment, celebrity guests, interactive displays, children's activities and consumer contests offer something for every show visitor.
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