CHICAGO (Feb. 14) —On Saturday, February 18, join award-winning personality Paul Brian as he hosts the weekly DriveChicago WLS radio program live from the show floor of the Chicago Auto Show.
The event will take place from 8:00 AM to 10:00 AM at McCormick Place, 2301 S. Lake Shore Drive Chicago, IL, in the North Hall right by the Chevrolet Display. Included are continental breakfast, early show floor access and guided tours with noted local automotive celebrities. Also included is a commemorative ticket to the show.
Participants should arrive at the Chicago Auto Show Box office in the Grand Concourse Lobby of McCormick Place no later than 7:45 a.m. to ensure they have enough time to purchase the commemorative ticket and grab a seat for the broadcast.
Tickets will cost $25 at the box office. The event is limited to 200 people.
About the Chicago Auto Show: The Chicago Auto Show is the largest on the continent, spanning over one million square feet of production, concept, and exotic vehicle exhibit space. In addition to hosting multiple world and North American vehicle debuts, the Chicago Auto Show’s First Look for Charity raises nearly $2 million annually for 18 worthy Chicago organizations in a single night. The 2012 public show will be held from February 10 – February 19, 2012.
About the Chicago Auto Trade Association: Founded in 1904, the Chicago Automobile Trade Association (CATA) is the nation’s oldest and largest metropolitan dealer organization. It is comprised of approximately 400 franchised new-car dealers and an additional 150 allied members. The group’s dealer members employ approximately 19,000 people in the metropolitan area. CATA dealerships contribute to the state, county and city tax base with gross receipts of approximately $12.5 billion per dealership in new- and used-cars, parts and service. The extended impact of tax base contribution through CATA dealership employees make this group one of the largest and most influential tax constituencies in the city and state. The CATA’s mission is to promote and maintain honesty and dependability; employ truth and accuracy in dealer advertising; strive to constantly improve business methods and ethics; and maintain fair competition to serve both dealer and customer. The association has produced the world famous Chicago Auto Show since 1935.