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Based in Chicago, returns as the official map sponsor to help show-goers find their perfect match when car shopping. will also have a branding presence with banners throughout the show and highlight an online sweepstakes surrounding its Best of Vehicles for 2022.

Additionally,'s CEO Alex Vetter is set to open the Chicago Auto Show's Media Preview with a keynote address during the Midwest Automotive Media Association (MAMA) breakfast on Thursday, Feb. 10.

"We're thrilled to welcome Alex Vetter to the stage to officially kick off the 2022 Chicago Auto Show Media Preview," said Chicago Auto Show Chairman Bill Haggerty. "This is a great example of a sponsor partnership extended from onsite branding to thought-leadership opportunities."

People who visit the show can experience and learn about a variety of's Best of Vehicle finalists. Now in their 13th year, the awards announce experts' top vehicle picks in six different categories: luxury, value, electric, family, pickup and best overall vehicle. To view the full nominee list, visit: Winners for each category will be announced the week of Feb. 21.

"The Chicago Auto Show is a great opportunity for car shoppers - or those thinking about buying a car - to explore a variety of vehicles in person in just a few hours," said Jenni Newman, editor-in-chief, "Consumers spend a lot of time researching their next car purchase on sites like, but most still want the opportunity to experience vehicles up close. With a variety of new vehicles and six indoor test tracks, the auto show is the perfect opportunity for consumers to narrow their choices and then work with their local dealership to purchase or preorder their next vehicle."

Moreover, is hosting a sweepstakes where consumers can enter to win one of their award-winning vehicles just by voting for their favorite and sharing on social media. Click here for the sweepstakes entry page.

Tickets to the 2022 Chicago Auto Show are currently on sale at The 2022 show runs Feb. 12-21 at McCormick Place and is open to the public 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. each day, except for the final day (Presidents Day) when the show closes at 8 p.m. Adult ticket prices are $15; seniors ages 62 and older are $10; children ages 4-12 are $10; kids 3 and younger are free. The Chicago Auto Show will operate in full accordance with health and safety protocols required by the Illinois Department of Public Health. Check the website for the latest updates.

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