|Feb 10, 2009
||Posted By: Sheri McGill
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There is a saying that goes "you only get one chance to make a first
impression," and even though the exhibit is still being constructed,
the 101st Chicago Auto Show never fails to impress. The sheer size of
the exhibit hall at McCormick Place is head-spinning. Imagine a floor
plan that can house a thousand cars, grand stages, a double-decker car
display and a test track. Add in neon signage, booming sound
systems, a spectrum of colored lights and 12 foot video screens, and
we've got a show!
Strewn among the hundreds of shiny, sleek lines of these cars, you'll
also find a variety of family friendly sights such as dinosaur, Power Wheels
for kids, Lego sculptures, and restaurants. Don't forget to take a ride at the
Jeep test track where you can get a bird's eye view of the entire show.
The anticipation is building and everything is falling into place.
You can almost hear the soothing hum of the engine of this finely
tuned machine. This show--the largest and longest running auto show
in North America--has more to offer attendees than any other show in
Come down to the Auto Show with the entire family to kick some tires,
caress some curves and smell that new car smell...it never hurts to