Fans turn out in large number for Celebrities at Auto Show
The Washington Auto Show had plenty of celebrities on hand for sports enthusiasts, kids and TV show junkies, all of whom signed autographs and posed for photos with fans. The new location for the celebrities on the third floor ballroom level of the Show gave space for the fans to spread out without interfering with showgoers on the more crowded lower levels.
The sports stars always draw long lines of people anxious to meet them. This year featured Washington Nationals star Trea Turner; Redskins tight end and Pro Bowl champ, Jordan Reed; and WWE Superstar Randy Orton.
Additionally, the Auto Show featured renowned Hispanic TV News anchor, Tsi-tsi-ki Felix, an Emmy award-winning journalist with Univison. Felix was a big draw for the Washington areaês large Hispanic community.
Youngsters were thrilled to meet characters from their favorite PBS shows: Daniel Tiger, Katerina Kittycat, and Princess Pesto. Children of all ages (to borrow the Ringling Brothers phrase) enjoyed seeing the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.Download Bulletin PDF