The Auto Show Manual

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AuthorHouse, 2005 - Transportation - 76 pages
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Auto shows have become a big hobby here in the middle western United States. I personally know of over seven hundred annual auto shows within three hundred miles of Kansas City. I believe the sport is growing throughout the United States at a rapid pace. My wife and I have competed in enough auto shows that we have seen what will and will not work. It is always a big disappointment when we attend an auto show that makes major mistakes. We never repeat a show that makes major blunders. We feel it is obvious they don't know what they are doing. Most people feel that way. Once a show makes major errors, the word circulates and the show's future is doomed. I am constantly contacted by people who want to produce an auto show but don't know how to do it. People are always wanting me to give them some pointers on some aspect. I decided to write this book and include the knowledge I have gained in over thirty years of showing automobiles. I believe it will be of help to those who know little of the subject and to those others who want to fine tune some areas of their show. Producers that follow the guidelines contained in this book will have the best chance for a perpetually successful auto show.

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