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Milwaukee Auto Show starts February 25

The Greater Milwaukee Auto Show returns to The Wisconsin Center on February 25 – March 5, 2017 showcasing hundreds of the latest cars, crossovers, trucks and more from over 30 manufacturers.

Attendees are invited to check out all the latest vehicles in a fun, nonselling environment by sitting behind the wheels, inspecting engines, and learning about new fuel and audio technologies and safety features. Showgoers are also invited to take the latest models from Chevrolet, Mazda, Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, Ram and FIAT for a spin in a test drive.

Themed displays will comprise the ADAMM Showcase: “Topless in Milwaukee,” a collection of classic convertible vehicles, and “Cars Meet Art,” an exhibition of amazing artistic vehicle wraps by local companies. Families can enjoy an 18-hole indoor auto-themed Mini Golf course, watch a parade of characters and UW Badgers Alumni Band on Mascot Day on March 4th, take a spin on various electric powered vehicles at the Kids Test Track and see the showfloor from above on the thrilling FCA Zipline!

Kids 12 and under are admitted free on Family Days, Saturday and Sunday, March 4 and 5.

The Greater Milwaukee Auto Show is presented by the Automobile Dealers Association of Mega Milwaukee (ADAMM) and produced by Motor Trend Auto Shows, the nation’s largest auto show producer.

The Auto Show will be open to the public Saturday, February 25 through Sunday, March 5 at the Wisconsin Center (400 W. Wisconsin Ave.).

Show hours are Saturdays 10am to 10pm, Sundays 10am to 6pm, Monday - Thursday 3pm to 9pm, and Friday 1pm to 9pm.

Admission is $12 for adults (13 and over), $9 for senior citizens (62 and older, valid Monday-Thursday only), and $6 for children ages 7-12.

Children 6 and under are admitted free.

Kids 12 and under are admitted free on Family Days, Saturday and Sunday, March 4 and 5.

Attendees may purchase e-tickets at www.AutoShowMilwaukee.com to save $1 on adult admission and avoid waiting in box office lines.

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