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Forget Winter! Check out the Cleveland Auto Show Feb 27–Mar 7

By Autosaurus Published: February 12, 2010

One of the best ways for car buffs to get through another brutal northeast Ohio winter is to visit the annual Cleveland Auto Show.  This year's show will be held for eight days€”February 27 through March 7 at the I-X Center.  In addition to the true stars of the show€”the 2010 automobiles, trucks and motorcycles€”the 2010 auto show will feature several €œtheme nights,€ including NASCAR night and Ohio State University night.  The league-leading Cleveland Cavaliers will have a major presence throughout the show; several players and Coach Mike Brown will make appearances.  The Cleveland Institute of Art will hold its 8th annual Automotive Design Symposium (on Friday, March 5).  The 18th annual Automotive Technology Competition will also be held. More than 40 manufacturers will be displaying automobiles€”both domestic and imports€”as well as concept cars, converters, motorcycles, RV's, alternative fuel vehicles and a special display of €œclassic cars.€  The Cleveland Auto Show claims €œthe most interactive auto show in the U. S.€ with indoor and outdoor ride and drive exhibits.  Adult admission is $12, seniors and pre-teens are $10 and kids six and under are free.  $2 off coupons are available from more than 250 northeast Ohio automobile dealerships, although supplies are limited.  If you want to get an early look at the show, support Cleveland area charities and mingle with the swells you can attend the special VIP €œNight of Lights€ gala preview on Friday evening, February 26.  For more details visit the auto show web site at:



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