Hundreds of cars roll in to Sacramento’s Autorama at Cal Expo

February 22, 2013 by  

A large variety of colorful, creative and revved up autos rolled in to the 63rd Annual Sacramento Autorama on Friday, February 15, for a fun-filled weekend of cars, cars, and more cars, with a handful of specialty vehicles and motorcycles thrown in to the mix.

The Autorama, held at the Cal Expo just 20 miles southwest of Roseville, is noted as being one of the longest running indoor car shows across the globe. Over 450 hot rods, custom cars, classic cars, specialty vehicles, and motorcycles were a part of this year’s show and competed for a range of awards in different classifications.

Large annual activities such as the Autorama generally make use of banner printing at the event in order to greet those in attendance and direct guests to various areas. Brochure printers might also be used at such occasions to provide pamphlets and other informative materials about the event and the activities circling around it.

Cars, motorcycles, and other vehicles showcased at the Autorama gathered throughout various buildings at the Cal Expo, as well as in the Drive-in venues and the exterior Clubhouse. The three-day long show included live music, vendor booths, refreshments, celebrity appearance,s and special exhibits. This year’s theme was ‘Aloha!’ and those taking part in the activity were encouraged to decorate their booths, or their cars, in accordance with the festive Hawaiian theme.

O’Reilly Auto Parts was Autorama’s title sponsor and is headquartered in Springfield, Missouri.