For over 30 years, the South Florida Auto Show has been allowing car lovers the chance to see some of the best vehicles around. From November 9th through the 18th, it will once again come to the popular Miami Beach Convention Center. The show started back in 1971 and it has only grown since then, boasting over 40 Manufacturers in attendance. Tickets for the event will cost about $10.00 per adult and $3 for children 12 and under, making it an affordable trip. You can also receive ticket discounts at participating car dealerships and McDonald's. You can also get your discount online through the show's site at www.sfliautoshow.com.
The South Florida Auto Show, considered the best and largest show of its kind, is made up of several different areas. One is The Million Dollar Alley, where guests can see the most extravagant cars in production, including Lamborghinis. There will also be exhibits debuting 1,000 of the newest model cars, trucks, SUV's and more by such manufacturers as BMW, Ford, Ferrari, KIA, and GM. Another great feature of the show is the "Memory Lane" where you will get to see some of the best classic cars in existence. It is sure to get you reminiscing about days gone by. The highlight of this is the 1963 Chevy Impala "Super Sport" convertible. The Memory Lane is going to be presented by the Antique Club of America's South Florida Region. Do not forget to check out the Motorcycle display as well. The "Motorcycle Mall" features bikes by Honda, Kawasaki, Yamaha and more.
Cars are not all you will get to see there. Exhibitors will also be featuring some of the latest must-have accessories as well. Press day, which will be the debut for many of the brand new models out, will also feature what is called "concept cars". The unique designs of these machines are sure to surprise and entertain guests. The companies will also be holding press conferences to talk about the cars shown.
Potential Exhibitors are encouraged to check out the show's website for details on joining the show so they can plan their spaces in time for the show, which will be the first auto show of the season. There is a massive advertising campaign planned that will not only allow participants maximum exposure, but will give guests planning to attend the chance to plan their day well in advance to make sure they will be able to go. The campaign will include street banners as well as spreads in newspapers and magazines including the Miami Herald, Palm Beach Post, the Diario Las Americas and more. There is no way you will be able to miss this show coming! To see a complete listing of companies who will be participating, shows times, forms for joining the show, and more check out the website mentioned above or contact the florida fair's coordinator. You can also find links to all the manufacturer’s websites and get a detailed floor plan of the event so you will know exactly where your favorite cars will be!