This past weekend marked the ending of the Philadelphia International Auto Show.
The auto show has been a staple of the city since 1902. The eight day showcase is held at the Philadelphia Convention Center and it sees over a quarter of a million people annually and shows off a wide variety of vehicles to show goers and it includes other features such as the ability to test drive vehicles, simulators, games, and the black tie tailgate.
“We take it very passionately what we do here because of the history and how important it is to the community. And so, we’re more custodians in ensuring that it’s run well, it’s run successful for the manufacturers, dealer and consumer.” said Philadelphia Auto Show Executive Director Kevin Mazzucola.