Memphis International Auto Show
October 27-29, 2017 • Memphis Cook Convention Center
The Greater Memphis Auto Dealers Association (GMADA) kicks off the 2017 Memphis International Auto Show with a Preview Party at the Cook Convention Center at 6:00 PM on October 26th. The party will allow guests to get a sneak peek at all of the Show’s cars, while enjoying food, drinks and entertainment, and celebrating the organization’s 101st anniversary. The evening’s theme, “GMADA Goes Pink” pays tribute to Breast Cancer Awareness Month and a portion of the ticket sales will go to Susan G. Komen Memphis-Mid-South.
The 2017 Memphis International Auto Show is back with over 250 of the hottest cars, trucks and SUVs all in one place at the Memphis Cook Convention Center! Held Friday, October 27 through Sunday, October 29, the auto show is designed as a one-stop shop to research, compare and try hundreds of new models on for size in a no pressure, non-selling environment. Whether you are in the market for a new vehicle, interested in the newest in-car technology, or just love cars – this automotive utopia is the place to be!
Friday, October 27th: 10 am – 9 pm
Saturday, October 28th: 10 am – 9 pm
Sunday, October 29th 10 am – 5 pm
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Adults (13 and over) $7
Senior Citizens (62 and over) $6
Military (With any DOD ID) $6
Children (12 and under) FREE
Founded in 1916, GMADA is comprised of more than 50 new car dealerships in the Greater Memphis area and has a rich history of economic growth and community partnership. This year, they are producing Memphis’s only international Auto Show October 27-29. Funds raised by Susan G. Komen Memphis-Mid-South are dedicated to providing local breast cancer screenings, education, support and treatment programs for area women and men who are either uninsured or underserved.
“We are honored to support Susan G. Komen and the great work they do in our community,” current GMADA President Kent Ritchey said.
Since 1993, Komen Memphis-Mid-South has funded over $10 million in local grants to community health programs and directed over $2.6 million to breast cancer research at the national level. 75% of all funds raised remain in Memphis and the Mid-South and the remaining 25% earned is dedicated to breast cancer research.
Members of GMADA employ over 3,000 people and the participating dealerships sell over $3 Billion in automobiles and services annually. “We are extremely proud that car and truck sales are the largest single source of sales tax revenue to the state of Tennessee and partnering with a non-profit that is also a leader in their field is a perfect way to celebrate our 101st anniversary. We are all looking forward to Going Pink in October.” Ritchey added.
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