The 2013 Columbus International Auto Show had something for anyone who is into cars whatsoever. Even if you are not a car nut, this auto show was the one to go to if you are in the market for a new car, since hundreds of new models were on display at the show.
Running from March 14 to March 17 at the Greater Columbus Convention Center, the show hosted 37 automobile manufacturers along with family fun events and the newest in car tech gadgets. Talking about just that, Leslie Fulford, of Fleisher Communications Group, said, “It’s the place to be if you’re shopping for a new car, (but) there is also a lot of great exhibits and entertainment.”
Sponsored by the Columbus Automobile Dealers Association and presented by Huntington Bank, 2013 Columbus International Auto Show was also where many manufacturers chose to unveil their latest concept cars.
Children 12 and under were admitted free, while others were charged $8 for a ticket. On Senior Day, March 15, seniors could get in for just $5 each.