Next year’s car models set to arrive in Orlando

November 24, 2013 by  

The Central Florida International Auto Show is returning to Orlando for four days beginning this Thanksgiving.

The show is presenting the latest and hottest models, including sports cars, hybrids and electric vehicles. Visitors will also have the chance to test drive cars from several manufacturers at various Drive Centers, and a display of pre-production models expected to be released in 2015 will be up for perusal as well.

In addition, a Ford Model A and other antique vehicles will be on display, and plenty of activities have been arranged to keep the children busy, including visits from zoo animals. Families looking for a new pet can find an animal to adopt during the show, and celebrity guests are expected to be on hand to sign autographs.

This auto show is widely publicized in the Orlando area and is expected to attract many visitors from nearby communities, such as Winter Park. When organizers need to advertise an upcoming event, they often invest in services such as flyer printing from local print companies, since flyers can be quickly distributed for very little cost.

The show is taking place at the Orange County Convention Center from November 28 to December 1. Admission is $10 for adults, $5 for seniors, military personnel, and students, and $3 for children aged 7-10. December 1 is family day and children under the age of 12 will be admitted free. To find out more about the show, call 407-685-9800.

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