PITTSBURGH (NewsRadio 1020 KDKA) – Your engines are about to get revved this weekend, when the 2013 Pittsburgh International Auto Show rolls into the David L. Lawrence Convention Center this weekend from Friday, Feb. 15, to Monday, Feb. 18 Center. The show is so big, it can be overwhelming.
“We have over 600 cars and 35 different brands represented,” says John Putzier, Executive Director of the Greater Pittsburgh Auto Dealers Association. “And there’s no pressure to buy since it’s a manufacturing show, not a dealership show.”
KDKA-AM’s Larry and John talk to Putzier about what you can expect at this year’s show, how to get around, and even some free ways to get in.
This year’s auto show will feature cars, trucks and SUVs , including some new models not available at dealerships yet. Also, there will be a classic car display, a NASCAR simulator, a Vintage Grand Prix exhibit and military combat vehicles.
Putzier also says that this year they worked hard to make it a family fun event.
“We have brought in so many new attractions this year, and free buses and shuttles to get you in,” Putzier said.