The Philadelphia Auto Show will be in set-up mode over the next few days before its Jan. 31 debut, and it will be doing so for the first time since new work rules were introduced at the Pennsylvania Convention Center.
The show, which will run through Feb. 8 and use about 700,000 square feet of space at the Convention Center, has been coming to Philadelphia ever since the Automobile Dealers Association of Greater Philadelphia first introduced it in 1997.
This year's show, however, will be the first show produced since the Convention Center signed a new customer satisfaction agreement that would provide a more streamlined and cost-efficient experience for convention groups.
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