Our Auto Expo brings exhibitors annual opportunities to impact more than 2.23 million consumers in our state’s largest metropolitan area that is the 36th-ranked national DMA that encompasses eight Ohio, 10 Kentucky and six Indiana counties.
We look forward to welcoming you to our Cincinnati Auto Expo and a four-day celebration of our industry March 30 through April 2!
Exhibitors wishing to join our Cincinnati Auto Expo can find our application and services information by clicking the buttons below.
Learn more about how the qualified buying audience our Auto Expo delivers as well as the many benefits of interacting with motivated consumers during America’s auto shows.
2023 Cincinnnati Auto Expo Review
Cincinnati’s premier automotive event continues to attract a diverse, qualified buying audience!
Here’s what they’re saying about our event:
“We have sold several cars since the show and are pleased with our investment,” – Cincinnati luxury dealer principal
“We had a phenomenal experience over at the ride and drive – lots of test drives completed!” – Exhibit manager.
“Specifically, our customers have advised that being at an auto show is important… and it’s even more important the vehicles customers cannot find yet at retailers are on display as well.” – OEM national marketing officer
Hilton Netherland Plaza returns as Cincinnati Auto Expo lodging partner
Our Hilton Netherland Plaza partner is one block from the Duke Energy Convention Center at 35 W. 5th St. The historic, unique, full-service hotel is either a short jaunt on the covered Skywalk or quick ride to hundreds of attractions, restaurants and shops.
Single- and double-capacity rooms for our Expo can be reserved now at an exhibitor average rate of $99 per night for 11 days.
Duke Energy Convention Center honored as one of EXHIBITOR Magazine’s 30 Centers of Excellence
Our Auto Expo partners at Duke Energy Convention Center have been recognized as one of EXHIBITOR Magazine’s 30 best North American convention centers for trade shows and events.
Small, medium, and large convention centers were evaluated using an objective algorithm weighted to reflect how EXHIBITOR magazine readers value a variety of variables.
- Facility & Functionality
- Location & Accommodations
- Service & Execution
- Expansions & Upgrades
- Awards & Industry Participation
The evaluation process also included a survey of event planners, show organizers, and exhibit managers who have recently hosted (or exhibited at) events within each facility, as well as a review of entrants’ event spaces, selling points, and innovations, conducted by a panel of corporate exhibit managers.