BROOKFIELD TO HOST MOTOREXPO AUTO SHOW AT WORLD FINANCIAL CENTER IN LOWER MANHATTAN
Free Downtown Auto Show Is Back For Fifth Annual Event –Hot New Cars, Ride & Drives And More
From Sunday, September 16 through Friday, September 21 2012, the world’s biggest free-to-attend automotive event will return to the World Financial Center in Lower Manhattan, transforming this iconic location into an vehicular extravaganza showcasing the very best that the automotive industry has to offer.
2012 will mark the fifth annual New York Motorexpo to be held at the World Financial Center, and offers those based in Lower Manhattan and all car-loving New Yorkers the chance to check out the hottest new automotive trends in a relaxed, classy environment. Attendees will enjoy unparalleled access to vehicles from many of the world’s top manufacturers; Bentley, BMW, Cadillac, Chrysler, Dodge, Ford, Jaguar, Jeep, Land Rover, Lincoln, Mercedes-Benz, MINI and many more are set to roll out their hottest rides for the 2012 New York Motorexpo.
“We are proud to once again display the newest and most dynamic automobiles from around the world to Lower Manhattan’s residents, visitors and workforce,” said Mitch Rudin, President and CEO of U.S. Commercial Operations for Brookfield Office Properties. “At Brookfield, we strive to present engaging exhibitions and performances within the public spaces at our properties, enhancing the experience for our office tenants and visitors alike.”
Admission is completely free-of-charge; there are no tickets and no lines with vehicles uniquely sitioned throughout the landscaped indoor and outdoor public areas of the World Financial Center complex, on the bank of the Hudson River.
“We are delighted to be returning to the World Financial Center for our fifth annual event and look forward to bringing our unique free-to-attend auto show to Lower Manhattan once again so that local residents, the downtown business population and all New York automotive enthusiasts can savor the latest vehicles on the market,” said Motorexpo CEO Graeme Carver.