This year the folks at the Chicago Automobile Trade Association (also known as the people who put on the Chicago Auto Show) are offering a “Saturday Morning Special,” which will include a personal tour and early entry to the show on Saturday, Feb. 19.
As it so happens, I’ll be one of the tour leaders along with Joe Wiesenfelder, Cars.com; Tom Appel, Consumer
Guide; and Mark Bilek, the Chicago Auto Show’s Internet director
and DriveChicago columnist.
The catch? (And you had to know there’d be one.) You have to register ASAP! They are only accepting the first 150 takers. Tickets cost $25.
For more information and to register, visit the Saturday Morning Special page on the Chicago Auto Show website. The last day of the Chicago Auto Show is Sunday, Feb. 20, and the doors close for 2011 at 9 p.m.