The Washington Auto Show Presents Student Day featuring “Cram the (Nissan) Cube” Contest
The Washington Auto Show is squeezing some school spirit into its 10-day consumer show, the largest public show in Washington.
Thursday, Feb. 2, marks the show’s Student Day; featuring half-priced tickets for all those with a valid student ID and a contest jam-packed with fun called “Cram the Cube.”
Sponsored by Nissan and scheduled for 5 p.m., “Cram the Cube” will feature teams from George Washington University, Georgetown University, Howard University and American University in a contest to determine which school can pack the most students into a Nissan Cube. The winning team will receive $1000 in prizes – and may just set a world record!
The 2012 staging of the 70th Washington Auto Show in Washington, DC will offer a showcase of more than 700 vehicles from over 42 domestic and import manufacturers and a special 65,000-square foot exhibit, “The Advanced Technology SuperHighway.” The 2012 Washington Auto Show: “Safety and Sustainability in Motion” opens to the public from Jan. 27-Feb. 5, at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center and is produced by the Washington Area New Automobile Dealers Association (WANADA).
Founded in 1917, WANADA represents more than 225 franchised new vehicle dealers and 75 kindred-line members, representing the metro Washington, DC auto market. For more information, please visit the show at: www.washingtonautoshow.com.