Beacon Journal staff report
The 2014 Cleveland Auto Show will run March 1-9 at the I-X Center next to Cleveland Hopkins International Airport.
Tickets cost $13 for adults and $11 for seniors and preteens. Children 6 and under get in free. Parking is free.
Updated show information and e-tickets are available at www.clevelandautoshow.com. The annual show also has a Facebook page and can be followed via Twitter.
The show traditionally kicks off the spring selling season in Northeast Ohio.
Show owner and organizer the Greater Cleveland Automobile Dealers’ Association said it has redesigned the auto show website with a more streamlined layout to make it more easily accessible for mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets.
Show chairman is Ed Babcock, owner of the Junction Auto Family dealerships in Chardon.
The 2014 show is expected to have additional interactive displays and ride-and-drive events compared to the 2013 show in addition to new vehicles, concept vehicles and displays. Entertainment will include celebrity appearances from Cleveland professional sports teams and NASCAR.