CINCINNATI – The 34th Cincinnati Auto Expo wrapped up its 2022 run in the Duke Energy Convention Center Feb. 6 after offering of guests four days to explore new models and technology from 21 badges, an EV Showcase and the General Electric Credit Union Dream Machine Blvd., as well as kids’ activities in the Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky Family Zone.
Hearty guests braved the wintry effects of one of the potent ice storms in the region’s history to support the Expo Thursday and Friday nights. Heightened energy was evident Saturday and Sunday as thousands of guests buzzed in and out of exhibits to research and compare their favorite vehicles.
The Subaru Pet Park that served as hub for adopting animals from local shelters, opportunities to test drive five Chevrolet models, a Dream Machine Blvd., that featured 14 models from Alfa Romeo, BMW, Chevrolet, Dodge, Ford, Genesis, Jeep, Maserati, Porsche and RAM, and Family Zone visits from Who Dey, the mascot of the Super Bowl-bound NFL AFC Champion Cincinnati Bengals each enhanced the event experience.
Expo promoter, the Greater Cincinnati Automobile Dealers Assn., thanks all who helped make the event a success.
Dates for the 2023 Cincinnati Auto Expo will be released in the coming months.
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