Washington Auto Show Presents Student Day







Published by Gerald Ferreira Date: January 27, 2012
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“Cram the (Nissan) Cube” Contest

The Washington Auto Show is squeezing some school spirit into its 10-day consumer show, the largest public show in Washington.

Thursday, Feb. 2, marks the show’s Student Day; featuring half-priced tickets for all those with a valid student ID and a contest jam-packed with fun called “Cram the Cube.”

Sponsored by Nissan and scheduled for 5 p.m., “Cram the Cube” will feature teams from George Washington University, Georgetown University, Howard University and American University in a contest to determine which school can pack the most students into a Nissan Cube. The winning team will receive $1000 in prizes – and may just set a world record!

The 2012 staging of the 70th Washington Auto Show in Washington, DC will offer a showcase of more than 700 vehicles from over 42 domestic and import manufacturers and a special 65,000-square foot exhibit, “The Advanced Technology SuperHighway.” The 2012 Washington Auto Show: “Safety and Sustainability in Motion” opens to the public from Jan. 27-Feb. 5, at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center and is produced by the Washington Area New Automobile Dealers Association (WANADA).

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