Northwood Florida to Celebrate Silver Anniversary Auto Show
The milestone will mark 25 years of innovation.
February 8, 2013
Northwood University Florida students are in the final stages of preparation to display more than 300 new domestic and imported cars and recreational vehicles ranging from $10,000 - $400,000 at the university's 25th Annual Auto Show of the Palm Beaches.
Dates: Friday, March 1 - Sunday, March 3, 2013
Location: Northwood University Florida Campus
Saturday: 10am - 6pm
Sunday: 11am - 5pm
For further information please call (561) 681-7972
"Northwood University is proud to share this rich heritage with our visitors. While much has changed over the last twenty five years, one thing has not changed – the enthusiasm of the students to bring the very latest and most exciting vehicles to our area for display. The Auto Show of the Palm Beaches, Presented by Northwood University is celebrating its silver spectacular, showcasing the automotive industries finest achievements in technology and engineering. The driving force for the show is the student body of our Automotive Marketing and Management Department, the future leaders of the automotive industry," said Timothy Gilbert, Chairman, Automotive Marketing and Management Department.
The show provides the opportunity for car enthusiasts everywhere to enjoy browsing without sales pressure, and will feature a variety of exotic, domestic and international cars, and classic models. The Auto Show Student Executive Board works with more than 150 students to create a show which attracts more than more 20,000 visitors.
With Automotive Marketing and Management being one of Northwood University's unique programs, the university has educated several thousand automobile dealers and managers over the last forty plus years. Its link to the automotive industry is strong and getting stronger, not just in the United States but throughout the world, and the program attracts students from many parts of the world.
"The auto show experience creates a pivotal link for our students with both the dealers they will be serving and the public they must satisfy. It is an amazing experience for students to plan, organize and execute an event of this magnitude," added Gilbert.