For consumers The 2014 Auto Show in Washington runs 11 days Accented by VIP tours, celebrities, Students and Miltary Days
As in 2013, renowned automotive journalist and syndicated columnist Warren Brown will head the team of editorial professionals offering VIP tours of the show. Members of the public can buy tickets for the special tours on the Auto Show website, washingtonautoshow.com.
When the tours debuted last year, some ticketholders chose to have private, behind-the-scenes tours early in the morning, before the show opened. Others opted to take their tour in the midst of the crowd and activities. Guides and tourgoers alike found that 90 minutes went by very quickly.
The Auto Show offers special pricing for members of the military and students. On Monday, Jan. 27, students with College ID may enter at a discounted rate. Tues., Jan. 28, is Military Day, where active duty military with ID can enter for free.
A host of popular celebrities will draw crowds to the Auto Show. Danny The Count Koker, star of the History Channels Pawn Stars and Counting Cars, will sign autographs for fans on Fri., Jan. 24. Koker is the proprietor of Counts Kustoms, a shop devoted to the repair and restoration of motor vehicles, automobiles and motorcycles and is a licensed dealer of custom motorcycles and hot rods.
This years Auto Show will feature two WWE stars, Michael The Miz Mizanin and Sheamus. Mizanin will visit the Auto Show on Tues., Jan. 28, and Sheamus will meet fans on Wed., Jan. 29. For the kids, Finn and Jake from Cartoon Networks popular animated series Adventure Time will appear throughout the day Sat. and Sun., Jan. 25 – 26. The last day of the Auto Show, Sun., Feb. 2, Cuban TV host Rashel Diaz will appear.Download Bulletin PDF