Newest Technology and Design Offered At 2007 NAIAS
Another grand event.
This is one of the descriptions given out by Robert Thibodeau, Jr., one of the senior co-chairpersons behind the 2007 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS). He even does continue, “Once again, it’s another great year for the NAIAS. This year’s show offers interactive exhibits, breathtaking concept and production vehicles, along with activities such as the new photo contest starting on Tuesday. You definitely do not want to miss NAIAS 2007.”
The much awaited auto show has already opened its doors to the public and the opening weekend of the Public Days has brought with it some 224,019 guests and visitors flocking to the venue. It was more than a mere share of people curious of those new creations that were built using the newest technology and the best Toyota auto parts or whatever auto parts there were in town and in the automotive market.
According to the organizers of the 2007 NAIAS, the throng of people was very much awed by the various displays that showcased state of the art vehicles and exhibit. There was also the chance to gape at production vehicles and concept cars that have were not even yet sent out to the public’s attention. The coolest forms of technology were also put on display.
All interested people were able to trudge to the 2007 NAIAS for it would be opening starting on the 20th this January from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. On the 21st, which would be the last day for the public, would give interested parties the chance to be with the coolest vehicles in the planet starting at 9 a.m. up until 7 in the evening.
However, it is also important to note that you may have to spend quite a little amount on your end to be able to take part in the mentioned auto show. For Public Days, adults would have to shell out . Senior citizens, those who are aged 65 years and older, would be spending . Children are also very much welcome. Those who are aged 7 years old to twelve years old would be having the same entrance ticket fee as senior citizens. Children who are six years old and below would not need to purchase a ticket. However, they would have to come accompanied by his or her parents.
About the Author: Corey Putton is a 28-year old bachelor from Pittsburgh, PA who has been around cars for the better part of his life. He now works online and writes all about his passion: cars. He is also a certified mechanic.