Camp Jeep debuts in Philly at the Philadelphia Auto Show 2013.
Car enthusiasts: are you planning to attend the Philadelphia Auto Show at the Pennsylvania Convention Center next week? If so, I have a way for you to get discount tickets.
I haven’t been to an auto show since 1995 when we were living in the Detroit area and looking for a different kind of indoor entertainment during the brutal Michigan winter. I had such a good time at that auto show that I’m surprised I haven’t been back. Well, actually, having two kids and then moving from Michigan to the Philly area two years later probably had something to do with it.
Anyway, as far as those discount tickets go, there are two ways that you can find savings.
- Weekday discount coupons can be picked up at a new car and truck franchised dealer in the Philly area. These dealers include the Fred Beans family of car dealerships in Doylestown, Faulker car dealerships in Trevose, and Cherry Hill Volvo among others. Coupons can be redeemed at the box office at the Pennsylvania Convention Center for a $3.00 admission discount to the Auto Show.
- The Auto Show has again partnered with McDonald’s restaurants to circulate discount coupons of $2.00 off the regular adult admission price of $12.00. Show information will be featured on the restaurants’ tray liners and in the Entertainment Value Centers located inside area McDonald’s. The Auto Show will donate $1.00 from each discount coupon redeemed at the show from Jan. 21-25 to the Philadelphia Ronald McDonald House Charities.
One of the firsts at this year’s Philadelphia Auto Show is Camp Jeep, a unique interactive off-road experience within a 25,000 sq. ft. exhibit of Jeep vehicles directly on the show floor.
Toyota will be offering a similar experience. Teams of professional drivers and trained product specialists will take participants on a fun, informative and ultra-interactive demonstration drive through a more than 31,000 sq. ft. course.
Other auto manufacturers at the show include Cadillac, Chevrolet/Buick/GMC, Hyundai, Kia, and Subaru.
The 2013 Philadelphia Auto Show, produced and owned by the Automobile Dealers Association of Greater Philadelphia, rolls into the Pennsylvania Convention Center at 11th and Arch Streets in Center City on Jan. 19-27. Admission costs between $6 and $12.