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It's beginning to look a lot like...Christmas? In February?!? That's right...we've got Cousin Eddie's RV from the hit comedy classic 'Christmas Vacation' scheduled to appear at the 38th Annual Atlanta International Auto Show, courtesy of Adaptive Mobility Systems. This is the actual RV used in the film, not a replica, so you don't want to miss it. Besides, it'll make the perfect prop for your family's next Christmas card!

Are you ready kids? I can't hear you! SpongeBob SquarePants and Patrick Star will be on hand at this year's Atlanta International Auto Show, courtesy of Effectv, making appearances in the C lobby. They're appearing between Noon and 7pm Saturday, February 29th and Sunday, March 1st.

 

 

We're thrilled to have Caffeine & Octane back for the 38th Annual Atlanta International Auto Show! They'll have a great display of exotics and other specialty vehicles you don't want to miss. And Caffeind & Octane isn't just the largest monthly car show of its kind in the U.S., it's also a hit TV show on the NBC Sports Network. They're in their fourth season, so be on the lookout - they may be capturing footage at our show!

 

 

Get ready for some high-flying action as the High Roller BMX Team will be back to perform some amazing stunts for you! They wowed the crowd at last year's show, so be sure you catch the action at the 2020 Atlanta International Auto Show!

 

Be sure to catch up with your favorite local media personalities at the show! Additionally, 11Alive, FOX 5 Atlanta, and WSB-TV will have their weather vehicles on display in the show lobby, giving you a chance to get an inside glimpse at these purpose-built weather chasers.

 

 

Georgia Tech's BUZZ, Georgia State's POUNCE, and KSU's SCRAPPY will be at the 38th Atlanta International Auto Show, appearing at various times Saturday, February 29th and Sunday, March 1st in the show lobby.

 

We're honored to have the Georgia Governor's Office of Highway Safety participate in the 38th Annual Atlanta International Auto Show. GOHS is dedicated to educating the public on highway safety and facilitate the implementation of programs that reduce crashes, injuries, and fatalities on Georgia roadways. They'll have a couple of safety-oriented exhibits on display, including a Camden County Sheriff's vehicle that was involved in a rollover crash. Be sure to visit their display, and to learn more you can visit them online at https://www.gahighwaysafety.org/.