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January 21, 2014

Save The Date: The Philadelphia Auto Show Races Into Town With More Than 700 Impressive Vehicles In Tow, February 8-16

The Philadelphia Auto Show returns for 2014 from February 8-16 with more than 700 cars that are sure to impress. (Photo courtesy the Philadelphia Auto Show)

From February 8 to 16, the Philadelphia Auto Show speeds into town with more than 700 vehicles from around the globe.

Housed conveniently inside of the Pennsylvania Convention Center, the show brings some of the automotive industry’s most impressive designs and most interesting concepts to the 650,000-square-foot display floor.

Test drive the newest models of vehicles including Cadillacs, GMCs, Kias and Subarus around the streets surrounding the Convention Center, or see what the brand-new Jeep models can handle at obstacle courses inside of the auto show.

Attendees are encouraged to park at SugarHouse Casino for free parking and a free shuttle to and from this year’s auto show. The shuttle will depart the Casino every hour on the hour and Auto Show tickets will be available inside of the Casino. Sounds good to us!

Tickets are also available online.

Turn the auto show into a quick getaway with the Visit Philly Overnight Hotel Package. Purchasers receive two nights accommodation, free hotel parking for both nights, a With Love, Philadelphia XOXO welcome gift, and free tickets to the Philadelphia Auto Show. The package is valid for stays from February 8 through 16, 2014.

Philadelphia Auto Show
When: February 8-16
Where: Pennsylvania Convention Center, 1101 Arch Street
Cost: Adults, $12; Active military, $9; Seniors, $6 (Weekdays Only); Children ages 7-12, $6; Free for children under 6
More info: www.phillyautoshow.com

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