The 2018 Washington Auto Show, running from Jan. 26 to Feb. 4, brought one of the biggest crowds ever. Show organizers declared the show a huge success, as the weather cooperated, Metro worked normally, and auto enthusiasts kept streaming in to the Walter E. Washington Convention Center.
“We could see the growth from the very first day and attendance just continued to build over the entire 10 days of the show,” said Washington Auto Show President and CEO John O’Donnell, who is also president and CEO of WANADA. “Our final weekend was particularly strong, with the Convention Center filled with car shoppers and auto enthusiasts.”
There was a lot for show-goers to see. They could explore three floors of new and old vehicles, with more than 650 vehicles on display in 750,000 square feet of space at the convention center.Download Bulletin PDF